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Criminal Practice – Prisons & Jails – Possession of Contraband – Shank in Shoe – Sentencing – Career Offender – Violent Crime (access required)

U.S. v. Mobley An inmate convicted of possessing contraband, after he was discovered with a shank in his shoe, can be sentenced as a career offender because possession of the shank qualified as a crime of violence under the federal sentencing guidelines, the 4th Circuit says.

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