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December 20, 2007

Sixth Circuit affirms two above-guideline sentences

As many have noted, giving district courts broader discretion to go outside the guidelines will not always benefit defendants.  Proof of this comes from the Sixth Circuit's pudding of criminal rulings today, in which these two decisions affirm above-guideline sentences:

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