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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Concurrent Sentencing

Where a defendant, who pleaded guilty to having a prohibited object in prison, sought concurrent sentences, the district court erred in concluding that it lacked the authority to impose consecutive sentences, and the error was not harmless, so the sentence is vacated and remanded. Vacated; remanded. U.S. v. Moody (MLW No. 73603/Case No. 18-2040 – 4 pages) ...
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