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Criminal Law: Sentence Computation-Primary Jurisdiction Doctrine-Sentence Credits

Plaintiff, a federal inmate, appealed the denial of his §2241 petition challenging his sentence computation. Where the Bureau of Prisons did not err in applying the primary-jurisdiction doctrine and permissibly denied credit for time served prior to commencement of plaintiff’s sentence, plaintiff’s sentence was correctly computed. Judgment is affirmed. Hamell v. Rivera (MLW No. 73855/Case No. 18-3063 – ...
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