In United States vs. Hardwick, the Third Circuit remanded the denial of a FIRST STEP Act reduction to the district court.
In United States vs. Chew, the Ninth Circuit remanded a Fraud Sentence appeal to the District Court for an improper sentencing enhancement.
In Rigdill, a federal criminal appeal, the 9th Circuit held that a Fourteen-Level Enhancement required clear and convincing evidence from the government.
The petitioners in Koons v. United States had committed crimes that invoked the use of the mandatory minimums. through the guideline ranges.
The Sentencing Reform Act requires a district court to calculate and consider a defendant’s Guidelines range in every case. Hughes v. United States, No. 17–155, 584 U. S. ____ (2018) Eric Hughes accepted a plea deal in 2013 after being accused of four charges related to drug conspiracy. He pled guilty to conspiracy to […]