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Asked in Columbus, OH Mar. 20, 2020 ,  1 answers Visitors: 21
If there is a suspension of sentencing for federal prisons, does the 14th amendment protect against excessive delay?

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Posted on / Mar. 20, 2020 20:41:46

The district court has jurisdiction to delay a defendant's surrender date, but it has no jurisdiction to modify the sentence more than 14 days after its imposition, and within 14 days only for limited reasons (Fed. R. Crim. P. 35(a)). – Joshua Sabert Lowther, Esq., Atlanta, GA.

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