The most important criminal case currently on the docket at the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals began with a mundane dispute over a stolen bicycle and an unpaid cable television bill. It ended with a shot fired in the air.

But those ordinary facts spawned a legally complicated dispute that now promises to yield a decision on a critical issue in federal sentencing relating to the standard of proof judges must use when deciding whether to impose an enhancement.

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