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US v. Cirilo-Munoz, No. 08-1830

By FindLaw Staff on September 04, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

District court did not err or abuse its discretion in imposing the statutory mandatory minimum sentence, and defendant's request that the statute be declared unconstitutional as applied to him is rejected, as he has not supplied any supporting argument and did not present a constitutionally based argument in the district court. 

Read US v. Cirilo-Munoz, No. 08-1830

Appellate Information

Appeal from the United State District Court for the District of Puerto Rico

Decided September 4, 2009


Before Torruella,  Stahl, and Lipez, Circuit Judges.    
Per Curium Opinion.


For Appellant: Rafael Anglada-López

For Appellee:   Nelson Pérez-Sosa, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Julia M. Meconiates, Assistant U.S. Attorney, and Rosa Emilia Rodriguez-Velez, United States Attorney

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