The United States Supreme Court held that when relevant conduct is used to increase an accused's sentence and the resulting sentence falls within the range specified by Congress, the resulting sentence is for the crime of conviction only, and the Government may subsequently prosecute the accused for the same conduct.
Witte v. United States, 115 S. Ct. 2199 (1995).
Christine H. Nooning,
Constitutional Law - Fifth Amendment - Double Jeopardy Clause,
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