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Fair Sentencing Act Leads To Confusion In The Sixth Circuit
Fair Sentencing Act Leads To Confusion In The Sixth Circuit

The Sixth Circuit recently issued yet another opinion regarding the impact of the Fair Sentencing Act. This latest case, U.S. v. Bell, involved a guilty plea by Gregory Bell to crack cocaine and gun possession charges. In the case, Bell faced a mandatory minimum of 120 ...

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Blog posts in September, 2013

  • Judge Rules 2 Fired Police Officers In Adam Tatum Case Get Their Jobs Back

    An administrative law judge ruled today that two Chattanooga Police officers who were fired will get their jobs back. Bryan Hoss and Stevie Phillips ...

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  • Sixth Circuit Rules Against "Dirtiest Hotel in America"

    In an incident that puts the notion that all publicity is good publicity to the test, a hotel in Pigeon Forge recently lost an appeal before the Sixth ...

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  • Tennessee Highway Patrol Takes "No-Refusal" Approach To DUIs

    In a curious development over the recent Labor Day weekend, Tennessee Highway Patrol officers working in 10 counties implemented a new procedure meant ...

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  • Facebook Message Gets Murder Case Tossed

    In, State of Tennessee v. William Darelle Smith , a story that highlights just how seriously online actions can impact real world events, the ...

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