OPINIONS ARE POSTED DAILY BETWEEN 10:00 and 11:00 a.m.Current Opinions are for Wednesday, July 08, 2020 DISCLAIMER: The following unofficial case summaries are prepared by the clerk's office as a courtesy to the reader. They are not part of the opinion of the court. 183418P.pdf 07/08/2020 Angela Noerper v. Andrew Saul U.S. Court of Appeals Case No: 18-3418 U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri - Cape Girardeau [PUBLISHED] [Melloy, Author, with Kelly and Stras, Circuit Judges] Civil case - Social Security. Although the administrative record provides ample support for the ALJ's determinations regarding the severity and limiting effect of most of claimant's impairments, further development of the record is required as to her functional limitations on walking and standing, and the district court's judgment affirming the denial of benefits is reversed and the matter remanded with directions to return the matter to the Commissioner for further proceedings consistent with the opinion. Judge Stras, dissenting. 191438U.pdf 07/08/2020 United States v. Christopher Logan U.S. Court of Appeals Case No: 19-1438 U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri - Kansas City [UNPUBLISHED] [Per Curiam - Before Smith, Chief Judge, and Colloton and Stras, Circuit Judges] Criminal case - Sentencing. The court's order reconsidering its denial of Logan's motion for a sentence reduction demonstrated that it knew that Logan was eligible for a sentence reduction and that it possessed the discretion to grant or deny the request; any error in not stating its calculation of the amended Guidelines range was harmless because the parties referenced and agreed to an amended range of 130 to 162 months, which this court assumes the district court adopted; having determined Logan was eligible for a reduction, the court reviewed the 3553(a) factors and determined factors such as Logan's extensive criminal history, weapon enhancement and lack of respect for the law outweighed any mitigating factors; the court did not abuse its discretion in weighing the factors and determining it would not grant a reduction. Judge Stras, dissenting. 193023P.pdf 07/08/2020 United States v. Jeremy Fisher U.S. Court of Appeals Case No: 19-3023 U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri - Springfield [PUBLISHED] [Per Curiam - Before Smith, Chief Judge, and Benton and Kobes, Circuit Judges] Criminal case - Sentencing. The district court did not err in imposing enhancements for possessing three to seven firearms and possessing a firearm capable of accepting a high capacity magazine, as the evidence was sufficient to show constructive or joint possession, if not actual possession of the weapons; no error in imposing an enhancement for possession of the firearm in connection with another felony offense, as the firearm facilitated or had the potential of facilitating drug possession; any error in imposing any of the enhancements was harmless as the district court expressly stated it would have adopted the sentence regardless of its rulings on the enhancements.