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US v. Anderson, No. 09-1958

By FindLaw Staff on October 09, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a consolidated appeal involving three defendants where each had violated the conditions of their supervised release, district court's decision to impose a new term of imprisonment with a recommendation to the Bureau of Prisons that it place each man in a halfway house during the last six months of his sentence is remanded as placement in a halfway house should be viewed as a legitimate additional condition not affirmatively authorized by 18. U.S.C. sections 3583 and 3563, rather than one expressly forbidden.       

Read US v. Anderson, No. 09-1958

Appellate Information

Appeals from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois

Argued August 4, 2009
Decided October 9, 2009


Before:  Flaum, Kanne, and Wood, Circuit Judges

Opinion by Wood, Circuit Judge

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