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Pulsifer v. U.S.

Ruling by

Elena Kagan

Lower Court

8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

dissenting Judge(s)

Neil M. Gorsuch
Despite the statute's use of "and" rather than "or," a criminal defendant is ineligible for safety value sentencing relief if he meets any (rather than all) of the criminal history point disqualifiers.

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