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10-1590 U.S. v. Mantanes

Sentencing Possession of child pornography A 210-month sentence for possession of child pornography, at the bottom of the guideline range, was not substantively unreasonable, although it was a non-contact offense. "Mantanes also argues that his sentence was substantively unreasonable. He urges us to follow the reasoning of the Second Circuit in Dorvee. But Dorvee is easily distinguishable. In ...

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