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June 18, 2005

Dispatches from federal sentencing courts

Friday is sentencing day in many federal courtrooms, which means Saturday morning brings interesting reports of federal sentencings in the papers.  Here are a few that caught my eye this morning:

  • This article from Texas reports on a within-guideline sentence for a former police commissioner convicted of fraud.

  • This article from North Carolina reports on a 10-year sentence given to a man who sold computers over the Internet but failed to deliver.

  • And this commentary from Tennessee discusses last week's sentencing of a former football booster who bribed a high school coach to send a promising player to Alabama.  As detailed in this article, the booster on Monday received a below-guideline sentence of six months' imprisonment.

June 18, 2005 at 09:09 AM | Permalink

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