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Criminal Law: Sentencing – Reasonableness – Illegal Reentry

Where a defendant who pleaded guilty to illegal re-entry of the country argued that his 46-month sentence was substantively unreasonable, the district court's explanation that the defendant had a serious criminal history that warranted no more patience was not unreasonable, and the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Ruelas-Mendez (MLW No. 58624/Case No. 07-3686 - ...

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