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Disparities prompt massive reduction of sentence (access required)

Where there was a disparity of over 200 months between the defendant’s 384-month sentence for conduct associated with armed robberies and a similarly situated inmate whose sentences were not stacked, and the defendant has taken several rehabilitative steps since incarceration, ...

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Suppression ruling reversed based on good faith exception (access required)

The trial court incorrectly suppressed evidence seized from appellant’s home during the execution of a search warrant because, after finding the warrant deficient, the court should have admitted the evidence under the good faith exception to the exclusionary rule. Overview ...

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No error in sex trafficking conviction (access required)

Where a defendant convicted for sex trafficking minors and using interstate facilities to promote an enterprise involving a prostitution offense claimed on appeal that motions to suppress should have been granted, expert testimony was improperly allowed and evidentiary rulings were ...

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