The 7th Circuit rejected a defendant's appeal from the district court's decision that relied on facts to which the defendant had stipulated. In his plea agreement, the defendant agreed that his fraudulent scheme had affected "at least 60 investors." The district court added spouses and other family members to that number, which increased the guideline range to 78 months. And the district court sentenced the defendant to 120 months' imprisonment. In leaving the district court's ruling and sentence undisturbed, the 7th Circuit held that "[a] defendant who stipulates to facts as part of a written plea agreement also waives challenges to the district court's reliance on those facts."