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Pre-sentence report error did not require resentencing (access required)

Although defendants are not categorically barred from obtaining resentencing pursuant to Rule 36 over a clerical error, the defendant was not entitled to this relief because the clerical error in his pre-sentence report only affected one of his prior convictions ...

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Any error in evidence proffer was harmless (access required)

Any error relating to the prosecutor’s proffer of evidence at appellant’s probation revocation hearing was harmless. The proffered evidence, a newspaper article that quoted the victim’s description of appellant’s actions, was not the only evidence of the nature of the ...

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