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May 24, 2005

Fanfan gets a (long) guideline sentence

According to this AP story, U.S. District Judge D. Brock Hornby gave Ducan Fanfan a sentence of 210 months at his resentencing today, which was "near the middle of the guideline recommendations of 188 to 235 months."  Thus, as explained more fully in this post, neither Fanfan or Booker really benefited from their "victory" in the Supreme Court.

UPDATE:  Additional coverage of Fanfan's resentencing comes from the Portland Press Herald.

May 24, 2005 at 09:04 PM | Permalink

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