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keygen portal 2 skidrow U.S. District of North Dakota Chief Judge Daniel Hovland sentenced Red Fawn Fallis on Wednesday, July 11, in Bismarck's federal court to 57 months in federal prison with credit for time served, followed by three years supervised release.
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how to repair cracks in lath and plaster walls Hovland said Fallis has 14 days to file a notice of appeal from when he signs her criminal judgment Thursday morning. He also commended the attorneys in the case for their "excellent" briefs and "top notch" advocacy.
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