When Are Consecutive, i.e., Not Concurrent, Sentences OK?

As the reader of this blog may be aware, when someone is convicted of two or more charges, the judge may order that sentences for each may run consecutive or concurrent. What are the rules for such a decision? To read a summary of a recent case wherein this very issues was extensively evaluated and such rules were explained, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/when-are-consecutive-i-e-not-concurrent-sentences-o-k.html

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