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No Per Se Child Porn Sentence Enhancement (access required)

Although defendant used a file-sharing program accessible to others with images of child pornography, the district court erred in applying a five-level sentencing enhancement under USSG § 2G2.2(b)(3)(B) for a defendant who had “distributed” child pornography with the “expectation” of receiving value; in this first-impression case, the 4th Circuit says use of the file-sharing program ...

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