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09-1556 U.S. v. Jones

Sentencing Relevant conduct Unlawful conduct need not be chargeable in federal court in order for it to constitute relevant conduct under the Sentencing Guidelines. “The fact that Jones’s possession of the rifle constituted a state rather than a federal crime does not preclude its treatment as relevant conduct. The Guidelines themselves do not define relevant conduct so as ...

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