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No Right to Confront Witnesses at Sentencing (access required)

A defendant convicted of mail fraud for his scheme of selling electronics over the Internet, who pocketed the money without shipping the products, is not entitled to resentencing because the district court used hearsay to conclude defendant had harmed more than 10 people and caused just under $200,000 in damages; the 4th Circuit joins its ...

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