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Sentencing

A Mississippi appeals court reversed and remanded a 60-year sentence without possibility of parole, as well as a $2 million fine against Dennis Beal, a black man who was convicted of selling one-tenth of a gram of cocaine for $30.

JACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi appeals court reversed and remanded a 60-year sentence without possibility of parole, as well as a $2 million fine against Dennis Beal, a black man who was convicted of selling one-tenth of a gram of cocaine for $30.

Categories / Appeals, Criminal

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