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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Prior Sentences-Intervening Arrest

Where a defendant challenged his sentencing arguing that the district court procedurally erred when it found his 2008 sentences were separate sentences for the assignment of criminal history points, the judgment is affirmed because when there is an intervening arrest, prior sentences are counted separately, and the sentence was substantively reasonable. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Turner ...
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