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One-Day Sentence

A one-day sentence for a defendant convicted on child pornography charges was unreasonable, the Sixth Circuit ruled, even though the man had been diagnosed with PTSD after serving tours of duty in the military and lacked a criminal record. He possessed more than 3,600 images and 230 videos of child pornography.

CINCINNATI – A one-day sentence for a defendant convicted on child pornography charges was unreasonable, the Sixth Circuit ruled, even though the man had been diagnosed with PTSD after serving tours of duty in the military and lacked a criminal record. He possessed more than 3,600 images and 230 videos of child pornography.

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