The case of a man who was sentenced to prison twice for the same incident, once by state prosecutors and once by the feds, could play a role in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged collusion by the Russians and the Trump campaign in 2016.
Arguments in the case of Terence Gamble are scheduled to be heard in a few days.
He was sentenced to prison twice for possessing a gun following a felony conviction. He was stopped by Alabama police in 2015 for driving with a faulty headlight, and a search of the car turned up a handgun.
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