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Conviction Proved with NCIC Report (access required)

A defendant convicted of selling heroin can be sentenced as an armed career criminal based on an uncertified record from the National Crime Information Center of defendant’s 1971 second-degree assault conviction; given the applicable burden of proof and the deferential standard of review, the 4th Circuit affirms defendant’s 196-month sentence. The NCIC report at issue here ...

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