United States v. Mangone

Appellant’s sentence vacated by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit due to court’s reliance on incorrect sentencing guidelines range. Court cautioned district court for its comments which “went beyond the entirely appropriate condemnation of a defendant’s criminal conduct.” At resentencing, Mr. Mangone’s sentence was cut by a third, his fine eliminated and his supervised release cut from a period of three years to one year.