District courts are not required to give notice before imposing a sentence outside the guidelines range for violations of conditions of supervised release, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.

The court in United States v. Altman, 06-4276-cr, said that a judge imposing such sentence need not give notice or afford the defendant an opportunity to challenge the sentence because supervised release is governed by nonbinding policy statements.

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