In a matter of first impression, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals held in Jordan v. United States, “for the first time, that a belated correction to a defendant’s sentence, even an illegal one, may violate the Due Process Clause,” “in extreme circumstances.” The Jordan case presents an extreme example of a substantive due process violation in the context of sentence finality with important lessons about government overreach.


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