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Man gets more time for offense

A Fargo man had a bad day in federal court recently, not only losing an appeal but ending up with more prison time. U.S. District Court Judge Rodney Webb sentenced Chad Doren Webber, 31, 839 Countryside Trailer Court, to 41 months in prison and t...

A Fargo man had a bad day in federal court recently, not only losing an appeal but ending up with more prison time.

U.S. District Court Judge Rodney Webb sentenced Chad Doren Webber, 31, 839 Countryside Trailer Court, to 41 months in prison and two years of supervised release.

Webber was convicted in July 2001 to being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. The incident occurred Aug. 15, 2000, after he had been convicted of drug offenses in Clay and Cass counties.

Webber appealed his conviction and federal prosecutors cross-appealed the original sentence, which was for 36 months in prison. The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction and sent the case back to district court for resentencing.

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