Defendants-Appellees’ Motion for a New Trial on the four counts on whichconvictions had been returned by a jury on a 30-count indictment.
Memorandum Opinion and Order, p. 2 (February 1, 2013) (Doc. 404) (attachedhereto) (hereinafter “New Trial Order”).On March 15, 2013, Rick Reese, Terri Reese, and Ryin Reese, individuallyand jointly, engaged the services of Michael Connelly and William J. Olson, P.C.to represent them in this appeal. On March 19, 2013, pursuant to their engagement agreement, Michael Connelly, and William J. Olson and Herbert W.Titus of William J. Olson, P.C., entered their appearances in this Court on behalf of Rick, Terri, and Ryin Reese.
On May 1, 2013, based upon an allegation that there may be a “potentialconflict of interest” among Rick, Terri, and Ryin Reese, the Government, in whatit described as “an excess of caution,” filed its Opposed Motion for Ruling onJoint Representation, requesting this Court to rule whether Herbert W. Titus,
The jury convicted Rick Reese of one count, Terri Reese of one count, and Ryin Reese
of two counts, each of which charged a separate violation of having knowingly made a falsestatement in connection with the acquisition of firearms. The jury acquitted the three Reeses onall other counts, except for two counts which had been previously dismissed by the district court.
Also entering notices of appearance on March 13, 2013 and March 19, 2013,
respectively, were Jason Bowles representing Ryin Reese and Robert Gorence representing Rick Reese, each of whom had represented his respective client at trial.
Appellate Case: 13-2037 Document: 01019054298 Date Filed: 05/14/2013 Page: 2