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No right to jury trial at supervised release violation hearing (access required)

A defendant alleged to have violated the terms of his supervised release was not entitled to a jury trial at which the government would be required to prove the violations beyond a reasonable doubt. Background On April 18, 2001, the Calvin Markey Davis pleaded guilty to Counts Two and Three of a three-count indictment, possession of a ...