Only one published criminal case from the Tenth Circuit last week:
Sentencing: official victim
USSG 3A1.2(c)(1) provides for a hefty 6-level offense-level increase if the defendant assaulted a law-enforcement officer. This guideline requires proof of an intent to instill fear of bodily harm. So said the Tenth Circuit in United States v. Gonzales, vacating Mr. Gonzales's sentence and remanding for resentencing because the district court erroneously interpreted this section as lacking any intent requirement.