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March 25, 2008

Notable Fifth Circuit opinion on tricky sentencing issue

As regular readers know, there are no shortage of tricky sentencing issues that arise in federal court.  The blog Appellate Review spots one such issue that's produce a circuit split this post, headlined "Split Noted: Can a District Court Require Its Sentence To Be Served Consecutively to an Anticipated, but Unimposed, State Sentence?".  The case discussed in the post is available here.

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I thought the answer was clearly, "No," but shows what I know, I guess.

Posted by: David in NY | Mar 28, 2008 12:30:57 PM

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