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Criminal Practice – Clerical error didn’t render sentence ambiguous (access required)

Where the sentencing document showed the defendant pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine in violation of South Carolina law, a clerical error on the same form did not refute the government’s showing that his crime of conviction is the offense plainly spelled out on the sentencing sheet. Background Bryan Javon Williams pleaded guilty ...

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