Ninth Circuit denies appeal of defendant who attacked postal workers

SAN FRANCISCO — A person who assaults a mail carrier with the intent to steal mail and put the carrier’s life in jeopardy has committed a crime of violence, the Ninth Circuit ruled, in a suit brought by a defendant challenging his sentence for two such counts of assault after he robbed two postal workers at gunpoint, shooting one in the head.

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