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Criminal Practice – Revocation hearing no vehicle to attack sentence (access required)

The district court considering revocation of supervised release correctly determined that it lacked jurisdiction to consider the defendant’s challenge to the constitutionality of his underlying sentence. And based on the nature of the defendant’s threats to his family members and his history of violent offenses, the district court did not impose a plainly unreasonable new ...

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