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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Constitutional Error

Where a defendant appealed from an order denying his motion for relief under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b)(6), the error in sentencing was a constitutional one and would prejudice the defendant, so the case is remanded for further consideration under Quarles v. U.S. Vacated; remanded. Raymond v. U.S. (MLW No. 73762/Case No. 18-2349 – 7 pages) ...
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