United States v. Sanchez-Rangel, No. cr-08-186, 2009 WL 4626646 (E.D.N.Y. Dec. 7, 2009)
Sanchez-Rangel pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute cocaine and firearms sales. He faced an advisory Guidelines range of imprisonment of between 135 and 168 months. He was sentenced, however, to 60 months imprisonment. As detailed by the district court, "[w]hile the defendant played a supervisory role in the criminal conspiracies of which he was a part, that role was relatively minor, making the guidelines sentence excessive. The defendnat is a hardworking man without any education who supported his family." Not sure how one can both play a supervisory and minor role in a conspiracy.