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Appellate Court Splits Over Sentencing Case (access required)

The 4th Circuit denies rehearing en banc in this case in which the panel majority held that a defendant’s prior convictions for breaking and entering “Corner Market” and the “Sunrise-Sunset Restaurant” under Virginia’s non-generic burglary statute qualify as violent felonies under the Armed Career Criminal Act, and remanded for resentencing. A member of the court requested ...

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