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Criminal Law: Criminal History Score-Invalidated State Criminal Statute-Substantive Reasonableness of Sentence

Defendant challenged his sentence as substantively unreasonable, alleging that he was assigned criminal history points for a conviction based on an invalidated Illinois criminal statute. Where the assessment of criminal history points for a conviction based on an invalidated statute was plain error, the court vacated and remanded defendant’s judgment of sentence. Judgment is vacated and remanded. U.S. ...

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