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Criminal – Supervised Release – Revocation (access required)

A defendant’s 18-month sentence after revocation of his supervised release, for battery, obstruction and methamphetamine possession, is vacated by the 4th Circuit because of the district court’s failure to explain its chosen sentence was plainly unreasonable. A court need not be as detailed or specific when imposing a revocation sentence as it must be when ...

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