Ross Ulbricht, convicted ringleader of the drug trafficking website Silk Road, is appealing his conviction and lifetime sentence.
Ulbricht was convicted by a Manhattan federal jury in February on all seven counts, which included narcotics and money laundering conspiracies. He was sentenced to life in prison last month, though federal guidelines stated he could have served as few as twenty years.
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