No. 96-6753.

158 F.3d 1215 (1998)

UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Eules MAYES, a.k.a. Tiger, etc.; Willie Harris, a.k.a. Will Low, et al., Defendants-Appellants.

United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit.

October 29, 1998.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

John A. Lentine, Wooten & Lentine, P.C., Birmingham, AL, for Harris.

Robert M. Shipman, Huntsville, Al, for Nururdin.

Gail Dickinson, Pell City, Al, for Moore.

Kearney Dee Hutsler, Birmingham, AL, for Bryant.

James L. O'Kelley, Birmingham, AL, for Fultz.

W. Davis Lawley, Jr., Birmingham, AL, for Byrd.

Jeffrey H. Dial, Birmingham, AL, for Garrett.

Steve Guthrie, Birmingham, AL, for Baker.

Ann Marshall, Birmingham, AL, for Mimmis.

Guy Burns, Birmingham, AL, for Calhoun.

John C. Robbins, Birmingham, AL, for Mayes.

Jo Alison Taylor, Birmingham, AL, for Nelson.

Caryl Privett, U.S. Atty., Bill L. Barnett, Kathleen Kenney, Birmingham, AL, for United States.

Before HATCHETT, Chief Judge, and DUBINA and CARNES, Circuit Judges.

HATCHETT, Chief Judge:

On October 19, 1995, a prison riot occurred at the Federal Correctional Institution at Talladega, Alabama (FCI Talladega). The appellants are all former FCI Talladega inmates who were prosecuted for their involvement in the riot, and who now challenge their convictions and sentences on several grounds.1 We find only two issues worthy of discussion: (1) the double jeopardy...

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