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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant, who pleaded guilty to a firearm offense, challenged the substantive reasonableness of his sentence, the district court did not impose an unreasonable sentence, and the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. McKee (MLW No. 74754/Case ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant, who pleaded guilty to the distribution of child pornography, challenged his sentence, the district court did not abuse its discretion in imposing the below-guidelines sentence, and the court adequately explained the sentence and did not err in ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant challenged her 140-month sentence in a methamphetamine case, the district court properly considered the relevant factors including the defendant’s addiction and her history of abuse, and the sentence was not substantively unreasonable. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant challenged his sentence in a felon-in-possession case, the district court did not abuse its discretion in how it weighted and considered the relevant sentencing factors, and the judgment is affirmed because the sentence was substantively reasonable. Judgment ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant who pleaded guilty to misuse of a Social Security number and aggravated identity theft challenged his sentence on the misuse charge, the within-range sentence was presumptively reasonable, and there was nothing in the record to show that ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant challenged his sentences after he pleaded guilty to failing to register as a sex offender, the district court did not impose a substantively unreasonable sentence, and the court did not err by ordering the sentences to be ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant, who pleaded guilty to drug and firearm offenses, challenged his sentence, the judgment is affirmed because the sentence was not substantively unreasonable. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Hense (MLW No. 73340/Case No. 18- 3101 – 2 pages) ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

  Where a defendant convicted of drug and money-laundering offenses challenged his sentence, the sentence was not unreasonable, and there were no non-frivolous issues for appeal. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Arambul (MLW No. 73008/Case No. 18-2147 – 2 pages) ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant challenged the sentence imposed in a receipt of child-pornography case, the sentence was not an abuse of discretion, and there were no non-frivolous issues for appeal, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Anderson ...

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Criminal: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant challenged his sentence in a child-pornography case, citing his significant mental health problems, the judgment is affirmed because the district court considered the appropriate factors and did not commit a clear error in judgment. Judgment is affirmed. ...

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Criminal: Sentencing-Reasonableness

Where a defendant challenged her sentence in an identity-theft case, the sentence was not substantively unreasonable, and the judgment is affirmed because there were no non-frivolous issues for appeal. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Marroquin (MLW No. 72463/Case No. 17-3541 ...

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