United States v. Barton

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The Fifth Circuit affirmed defendant's child pornography conviction and sentences. The court held that there was sufficient evidence to convict defendant of distributing child pornography; defendant's convictions and sentences for receiving child pornography were not multiplicitous; the district court did not reversibly err in calculating defendant's Guidelines range and applying a five-level enhancement under the 2015 version of USSG 2G2.2(b)(3)(B); the district court imposed a substantively reasonable sentence; and the court denied defendant's Sixth Amendment ineffective assistance of counsel claim without prejudice to collateral review. View "United States v. Barton" on Justia Law

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