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‘Resisting Arrest’ Still ‘Crime of Violence’ for Sentencing (access required)

The Maryland common law offense of resisting arrest still counts as a “crime of violence” for career offender status under the federal sentencing guidelines, despite two recent U.S. Supreme Court cases cited by defendant, and the 4th Circuit upholds enhancement of defendant’s sentence under USSG § 4B1.1on firearm and crack cocaine distribution charges. Our resolution of ...

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