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March 14, 2006

Two decisions of note from the First Circuit

The federal circuits have been relative quiet on the sentencing front this week (perhaps everyone is busy working on brackets).  But a little action comes today from the First Circuit with US v. Cruzado-Laureano, No. 05-1822 (1st Cir. Mar. 14, 2006) (available here) and US v. Narváez-Rosario, No. 05-1355 (1st Cir. Mar. 14, 2006) (available here).

Cruzado-Laureano deals with a guideline calculation iusse in a fraud case, and Appellate Law & Practice has  highlights here; Narváez-Rosario deals with application of the safety-valve in a drug case, and AL&P again provides the basics here.

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