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Criminal Law: Production of Child Pornography-Substantive Reasonableness of Sentence-Mitigating Mental Condition

Defendant pleaded guilty to production of child pornography, in which defendant sexually assaulted two children entrusted to her care. Although three psychologists diagnosed defendant with borderline personality disorder, the district court sentenced defendant to the statutory maximum, concluding defendant demonstrated the requisite mental intent to willfully commit the charged offenses. Where defendant’s offense level exceeded the ...
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