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US v. Giggey, 16-2391

Affirming the imposition of a 72 month sentence in the case of the prosecution of a defendant for possession with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute synthetic cathinones, commonly called 'bath salts,' because the reference to the sentencing guidelines for methcathonine, the most closely related drug on the table, was not a clear error.

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  • Decided
  • Published 2017/08/14




  • United States First Circuit


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