Commonwealth v. Risoldi

The Pennsylvania Superior Court heard this case for the second time. In this iteration, the defendant challenged her sentence, arguing that the sentence was illegal because the sentencing court did not determine her reentry plan eligibility as required by Subsection 9756(b)(3) of the Sentencing Code. The Superior Court held that the issue went to the legality of the sentence and that sentencing courts shall state on the record at sentencing whether the defendant is eligible to participate in a reentry plan. Since that did not occur here, the Court remanded.

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