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He was sentenced to 24 months of probation, 50 hours of public service, ordered to undergo mental treatment and ordered to pay restitution of $56.
The raw data includes information about each defendant sentenced in a
55) The Guidelines recommended a prison term ranging from thirteen to sixteen years, but the district court sentenced McBride to only seven years in prison followed by ten years of supervised release, citing the extreme hardship that he had endured as a child.
section] 3582(c)(2) because the USSG amendment reduced the applicable guidelines range for the crimes for which he was sentenced.
He has been sentenced to seven years; Stuart Tong, 36, from Cardiff, pleaded guilty to 10 offences of possession and supplying class A drugs, including heroin and crack cocaine and was sentenced to six years and four years, to run concurrently; Leon Smith, 25, from Cardiff, pleaded guilty to eight offences of possessing and supplying crack cocaine and heroin and was sentenced to six years imprisonment; Sasha Almasian, 30, from Cardiff, admitted three charges of supplying heroin and was sentenced to five years in jail; Lawrence Deacon, 44, from Cardiff, admitted six offences, including supplying heroin, and making threats to kill.
A record 140,610 individuals are sentenced to life, 6,807 of whom were juveniles at the time of the crime.
Three more members of the Vineland Boys -- including its ``enforcer'' -- were sentenced Tuesday in the federal racketeering case against the notorious street gang linked to drug dealing and the shooting death of a Burbank police officer.
Nearly one-third of women in provincial/territorial sentenced custody were Aboriginal in 2003/04.
In Florida, for example, anyone aged 16 or older who commits murder is sentenced to mandatory life in prison without parole.
In the well-publicized Gwen Araujo case, two men were convicted of second-degree murder and each sentenced to 15 years to life in prison after a California jury refused to buy their "transgender panic" defense that they killed the teen in October 2002 due to the shock of discovering that she was biologically male.
that defendants are sentenced based on other alleged offenses for which