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US v. Grouch, No. 03-2337, is an interesting case because it involves insanity. The government appealed the sentence, only to have it remanded for a Booker resentencing. PRACDL describes the case in a post entitled The First Circuit Has a Heart! You should read it.
Posted by S. COTUS on April 19, 2005 at 05:05 PM in Booker, First Circuit | Permalink
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