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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Special Condition-Residential Reentry Center

Where a defendant challenged the imposition of a requirement that he temporarily reside at a residential reentry center as a special condition of supervised release, the district court did not abuse its discretion in imposing the condition, so the judgment ...

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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Special Condition-Associating With Felons

Where a defendant challenged a special condition of supervised release that prohibited him from associating with convicted felons without permission from a probation officer, arguing that the condition barred him from contact with his brother, a convicted felon, the defendant ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-ACCA-Special Condition

Where a defendant challenged his sentence in a felon-in-possession case, arguing that a prior Arkansas conviction for aggravated assault and a South Carolina conviction for pointing a gun at someone were not violent felonies or crimes of violence under the ...

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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Special Condition-Contact with Family

Where a defendant in a sexual-abuse case challenged a special condition of supervised release that restrained him from contacting his sister and his adult son without approval, the judgment is approved because the condition was supported by sufficient evidence of ...

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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Special Condition-Compliance

Where a defendant challenged his sentence after he violated the conditions of his supervised release, the judgment is affirmed because the district court accurately calculated the sentencing range, considered the applicable factors including medical needs and did not abuse its ...

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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Special Condition-Admission

Where a defendant argued that the district court erred in accepting his admission to violating a special condition of supervised release, the judgment is affirmed because the admission was knowing and voluntary, and the defendant affirmatively waived his challenge to ...

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