Career Offenders and Criminal Livelihood - Criminal History
|November 1, 2005||GUIDELINES MANUAL||§4B1.5|
(iii) 20 years or more, but less than 25 years 32 (iv) 15 years or more, but less than 20 years 29 (v) 10 years or more, but less than 15 years 24 (vi) 5 years or more, but less than 10 years 17 (vii) More than 1 year, but less than 5 years 12.
(2) The criminal history category shall be the greater of: (A) the criminal history category determined under Chapter Four, Part A (Criminal History); or (B) criminal history Category V.
(b) In any case in which the defendant’s instant offense of conviction is a covered sex crime, neither §4B1.1 nor subsection (a) of this guideline applies, and the defendant engaged in a pattern of activity involving prohibited sexual conduct:
(1) The offense level shall be 5 plus the offense level determined under Chapters Two and Three. However, if the resulting offense level is less than level 22, the offense level shall be level 22, decreased by the number of levels corresponding to any applicable adjustment from §3E1.1.
(2) The criminal history category shall be the criminal history category determined under Chapter Four, Part A.
1. Definitions.—For purposes of this guideline:
"Minor" means an individual who had not attained the age of 18 years.
"Minor victim" includes (A) an undercover law enforcement officer who represented to the defendant that the officer was a minor; or (B) any minor the officer represented to the defendant would be involved in the prohibited sexual conduct.
2. Covered Sex Crime as Instant Offense of Conviction.—For purposes of this guideline, the instant offense of conviction must be a covered sex crime, i.e.: (A) an offense, perpetrated against a minor, under (i) chapter 109A of title 18, United States Code; (ii) chapter 110 of such title, not including trafficking in, receipt of, or possession of, child pornography, or a recordkeeping offense; (iii) chapter 117 of such title, not including transmitting information about a minor or filing a factual statement about an alien individual; or (B) an attempt or a conspiracy to commit any offense described in subdivisions (A)(i) through (iii) of this note.
3. Application of Subsection (a).—
(A) Definitions.—For purposes of subsection (a):
(i) "Offense statutory maximum" means the maximum term of imprisonment authorized for the instant offense of conviction that is a covered sex crime, including any increase in that maximum term under a sentencing enhancement
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