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09-3993 U.S. v. Corona-Gonzalez

Criminal Procedure Sentencing; inaccurate information; plain error Where the district judge relied on an improper factor in imposing sentence, the sentence must be reversed, although the defendant failed to object. “There is a distinct possibility that the district court’s reliance on the nonexistent fact that Mr. Corona-Gonzalez previously had been removed and then reentered the United States to deal drugs ...

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2009AP3081-CR State v. Morgan

Sentencing Due process; inaccurate information David Derrell Morgan appeals the judgment entered on his guilty plea to third-degree sexual assault, see Wis. Stat. § 940.225(3), and the order denying his motion for postconviction relief. Morgan claims that: (1) he was sentenced on inaccurate information; and (2) his lawyer gave him constitutionally deficient representation. We disagree and affirm. Publication in the ...

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