Johnson v. Wyoming

Appellant Billie Colleen Johnson was convicted of two counts of delivery of methamphetamine. On appeal, she claimed that the district court abused its discretion when it allowed the Confidential Informant (CI) to testify, although Appellant was not given the CI’s telephone number. She also argued that the district court violated her constitutional rights when it considered the appellant’s failure to take responsibility for her criminal activity at sentencing. Finding no error, the Supreme Court affirmed. View "Johnson v. Wyoming" on Justia Law