No. 83-7624.

727 F.2d 1015 (1984)

In re Julius Cecil OLSON, Petitioner.

United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit.

March 2, 1984.


The district court originally sentenced petitioner Olson as follows:

Count I: five years Count II: five years plus two years parole term Count III: ten years Count IV: ten years plus four years special parole term. All sentences to run concurrently.

Thus the maximum to be served was ten years jail time plus four years parole.

The sentences of ten years on Counts III and IV were purportedly...

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