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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Revocation

Where a defendant who pleaded guilty to embezzlement challenged her sentence, the district court did not abuse its discretion since the defendant was found guilty of 30 separate violations, and the court correctly calculated the guidelines range and did not ...

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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Revocation

Where a defendant challenged the revocation of his supervised release, the revocation and reinstatement were warranted based on evidence that developed during the revocation proceedings, including allegations that he assaulted the owner of a supervised living facility. Judgment is affirmed. ...

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Driver’s License: DWI-Revocation

Where a driver challenged the denial of her driving privileges for five years and the revocation of her license for one year, the judgment is affirmed because the director was not required to provide an original judgment of conviction, and ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Revocation

  Where a defendant argued that his revocation sentence was substantively unreasonable, the judgment is affirmed because the district court adequately considered the mitigating factors and the aggravating factors. Judgment is affirmed. U.S. v. Fank (MLW No. 73077/Case No. 18-1583 ...

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Driver’s License: Revocation-Refusal to Submit to Chemical Testing-Implied-Consent Warnings

Petitioner was stopped for failure to dim lights; when the officer observed signs of intoxication, he arrested petitioner for DWI. The officer read petitioner the implied-consent warnings for a breath test, but when the breathalyzer malfunctioned, he requested petitioner take ...

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