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US v. Harrison, 17-2088

Affirmed a prison sentence followed by lifetime supervised release on charges of possession of child pornography. The defendant, who had previously been convicted of a sexual crime involving young boys, argued that the district court inadequately explained why it imposed a condition of lifetime supervised release, and also that his 120-month prison sentence was substantively unreasonable. The First Circuit rejected his arguments and affirmed.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/10


  • Lynch


  • United States First Circuit


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