United States v. Thomas, No. 09-2970-CR (2d Cir. Sept. 22, 2010) (found here)
Thomas contended on appeal that his "sightless condition" rendered his 140 month sentence (down from 180 months after a remand for resentencing following Booker) substantively unreasonable. The Second Circuit disagreed, finding that the district court had "explicitly and specifically considered Appellant's blindness, weighing it against, inter alia, Appellant's prominent role in the underlying criminal conspiracy."