Peugh v. United States

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — Criminal Law — Sentencing

New Jersey Law Journal


The Ex Post Facto Clause is violated when a defendant is sentenced under guidelines promulgated after he committed his criminal acts and the new version provides a higher sentencing range than the version in place at the time of the offense.

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