Legal Question in Criminal Law in Kansas

can you be sentenced for different cases at one time at one sentencing

Asked on 7/26/12, 1:13 am

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Anthony Smith LawSmith
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It is uncommon, but theoretically possible for a judge to pronounce sentence on a single defendant for more than one case at the same docket. Each case may be appealable, so they will likely be read as two seperate cases on the record.

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