This will cast new light on revisiting federal sentencing guidelines in ALL such cases. Specifically, the double jeopardy re-sentencing of ranchers in a recent ‘fed’ case. This sentence was simply a further effort of unconstitutional ‘land grab’ by federal departments that do NOT have such authority. Specifically, the Hammonds. With the users/owners out of the way, the fed can get away with anything they want, illegal or unconstitutional. There are many ‘retroactive’ cases in this that demand/require review. Next review needs to be eminent domain and all the thefts involving private, not public, unlawful/illegal/unconstitutional takings.