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United States v. Glenn A. Baxter, No. 12-1196 (1st Cir.)

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Released: December 11, 2012
Case: 12-1196 Document: 00116428860 Page: 1 Date Filed: 09/10/2012 Entry ID: 5673398

United States Court of Appeals

For the First Circuit

No. 12-1196
UNITED STATES,
Plaintiff, Appellee,
v.
GLENN A. BAXTER,
Defendant, Appellant.
________________________
Before
Lynch, Chief Judge,
Torruella and Thompson, Circuit Judges.
JUDGMENT
Entered: September 10, 2012
Appellant Glenn A. Baxter appeals the district court's entry of summary judgment in favor
of the United States that enforced a forfeiture order issued by the Federal Communications
Commission imposing a monetary forfeiture totaling $10,000. Upon our de novo review of the
record below and the parties' appellate briefs, we affirm essentially for the reasons stated in the
district court's Order on Motion for Summary Judgment, dated January 10, 2012.
The judgment of the district court entered on February 1, 2012 is affirmed.
By the Court:
/s/ Margaret Carter, Clerk.

Case: 12-1196 Document: 00116428860 Page: 2 Date Filed: 09/10/2012 Entry ID: 5673398
cc:
Marcus, Joel R.
McGaughey, Margaret D.
Roth, Evan J.
Baxter, Glenn A.

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