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Sentences Vacated in Oxycodone Conspiracy (access required)

The 4th Circuit says a trial court erred in sentencing a mother and daughter who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute the mother’s prescription oxycodone pills, because the district court did not adequately explain its methodology for calculating drug quantity and make findings that would permit appellate review of the mother’s 120-month sentence and the ...

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