ESBC Motivation: 1st Black Federal Inmate To Argue His Own Case All The Way To The Supreme Court And Win


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With Mental Health being a theme of the Podcast; This Podcast takes to the next level.

Gregory Welch of southern Florida was sentenced to fifteen years in prison after being convicted under a federal law that the Court struck down in the Johnson case as too vague.

That provision is the so-called “residual clause” in the Armed Career Criminal Act. The Act enhances a sentence for illegal possession of a gun by a felon from the ordinary maximum of ten years to a minimum of fifteen years if the individual had previously been convicted of three violent crimes or

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