Bloomberg Law: Justices Afford a Small Break on Sentence Appeals

February 26, 2020

Counsel Kendall Turner was quoted in this article discussing her recent win before the US Supreme Court in case over sentencing appeals, Bloomberg Law reported.

The US Supreme Court has ruled that “those convicted of a crime don’t have to explicitly object to a sentence to preserve an appeal if they’ve already advocated for a lighter punishment,” Bloomberg Law reported. Following the decision, Turner said “The rule technically affects every federal criminal defendant who challenges the length of his or her sentence on appeal,” as the article reported.

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