United States v. Oyegoke-Eniola, No. 12-3314 (10th Cir. 2013)Annotate this Case
Defendant Eni Oyegoke-Eniola challenged his sentence following his guilty plea to charges of mail fraud, and making a false statement on an immigration document. He raised four errors on appeal: (1) that the district court improperly imposed enhancements under the Sentencing Guidelines; (2) that Defendant's statements made under an immunity agreement should have been stricken from the Presentence Investigation Report (PSR); (3) that the court imposed a substantively unreasonable sentence; and (4) that the court failed to rule on some of Defendant's objections to the PSR. Upon review, the Tenth Circuit concluded that Defendant's first claim was meritorious with respect to two enhancements and therefore vacated the sentence and remanded for further proceedings.