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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Prior Convictions

Where a defendant challenged his sentence after pleading guilty to a felon-in-possession charge, the district court did not err in calculating the guidelines range, and prior Missouri convictions for second-degree robbery and second-degree assault were properly found to be crimes of violence, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Giles (MLW No. 73901/Case No. ...