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10-2436, 10-2468 & 10-2469 U.S. v. Courtland

Sentencing Separation of powers It did not violate the separation of powers doctrine for a sentencing court to educate himself about the crime and prepare a memorandum about it, where the court gave the parties the opportunity to respond to it. “Judges generally are under no obligation to relate all they have learned about a species of crime ...

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