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March 16, 2005

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» At Last! A Booker Remand from the First Circuit from Puerto Rico Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
If United States v. MacKinnon, No. 03-2219 (1st Cir. March 16, 2005) was not remanded for resentencing in light of Booker and the strict standard set up by the First Circuit in United States v. Antonakopoulos, No. 03-1384, 2005 WL 407365 (1st Cir. Feb.... [Read More]

» At Last! A Booker Remand from the First Circuit from Puerto Rico Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
If United States v. MacKinnon, No. 03-2219 (1st Cir. March 16, 2005) was not remanded for resentencing in light of Booker and the strict standard set up by the First Circuit in United States v. Antonakopoulos, No. 03-1384, 2005 WL 407365 (1st Cir. Feb.... [Read More]

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