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US v. Mercado Flores, 15-1859

Vacating an order entered after the imposition of sentence in a criminal matter where the court ruled on a jurisdictional matter when it realized that the law under which a conviction was entered might not apply to Puerto Rico since it is not a 'territory or possession of the United States' and vacated and dismissed its own sentence because a district court has no jurisdiction to vacate, alter, or revise a sentence previously imposed.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2017/09/22

Judges

  • SELYA

Court

  • United States First Circuit

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