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Criminal Practice – 360-month racketeering resentence wasn’t unreasonable (access required)

Where a defendant convicted on numerous racketeering counts was originally sentenced to 570 months’ in prison, but one count constituting a 360-month component was later vacated, the new 360-month sentence was not unreasonable given his role in the offenses and § 3553(a) factors. Background In 1998, Amar Khalid Abed was sentenced to 570 months’ imprisonment following his ...

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