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July 26, 2005

Opaque 11th Circuit sentence remand

Thanks to law.com, I see this article about an intriguing sentencing case from the Eleventh Circuit.  The case, US v. Ellis, No. 05-10150 (11th Cir. July 21, 2005), concerns the sentence given to a former Georgia district attorney for lying to federal agents about an improper sexual relationship with a drug suspect.  As the article explains, a panel of the Eleventh Circuit issued this opaque unpublished opinion which says an opinion will follow to explain why the original sentence was vacated and remanded.

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