Circuit Removes Judge in Child Porn Sentencing Dispute

, The National Law Journal


A federal trial judge in Ohio who twice sentenced a man to a day in jail in a child pornography case—despite being overturned after the first time—won't be on the bench when the case returns to the trial court.

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  • jimmytkirkiii

    Finally, a judge with a brain, yet overruled by ones lacking said computer. USSG are only designed for gov't agents, never we the people. Where is the injured party? put them on the stand. Where is the breach of peace? remove these extortioners on the bench, and return to law and order.

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