<ol><li>Peters's attorney argued that his client's criminal history was partially due to
"difficult personal times" caused by divorce, illness, and job loss. Despite this claim, Peters was sentenced to forty-eight months imprisonment, which exceeded the federal sentencing guidelines but was less than the statutory maximum of twenty years. Was this sentence too harsh or too lenient? Discuss.</li></ol>
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