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US v. Grob, No. 09-30262

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Cyberstalking Sentence Vacated

In US v. Grob, No. 09-30262, the court vacated defendant's sentence for cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend where defendant's prior Montana criminal mischief conviction should not have been counted under the applicable sentencing guideline, U.S.S.G. section 4A1.2(c).


As the court wrote:  "Jeffrey Grob, who was sentenced to 37 months imprisonment following his conviction of one count of cyberstalking in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2261A(2)(B), appeals his sentence, arguing that the district court's criminal history calculation improperly included a prior misdemeanor conviction for criminal mischief."

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