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SUPREME COURT CASES ON SENTENCING ISSUES... U.S. SENTENCING COMMISSION... APRIL 30, 1998
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Dorhoffer covers recent sentencing issues including the First Step Act, Supreme Court cases involving sentencing, and the Sentencing Commission’s Guideline amendments. Mr. Dorhoffer is a graduate of the George Washington School of Law. Discover resources about U.S. highways and roads to include regulations for motor carriers, automobile vehicles, statistics, and transit travel options from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).
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The Federal Sentencing Guidelines 5 for economic crimes, as well as U.S. Supreme Court jurisprudence on the role of judicial discretion in sentencing, have shifted consistently and rapidly since the s, and the sentences of white-collar criminals have hung in the balance.
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The most prominent study to date, a report of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, gave an alarming answer: Booker and its judicial progeny had quadrupled the black-white sentencing gap among otherwise-similar cases, from % to %. 6 In Januarythe Commission issued an update with similar figures (revising the latter figure slightly.
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