Massachusetts Evidence Loss Credit Card Lawyers Attorneys

District court did not clearly err in its intended loss calculation, under USSG § 2B1.1(b)(1)(E), because it calculated defendant’s intended loss based on total credit limits of skimmed credit cards, and defendant failed to present some other type of evidence that tended to show that she did not intend to use all of the credit available on cards.

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