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March 22, 2005

More USSC data coming soon?

I see from the US Sentencing Commission's website here that a public meeting is scheduled for tomorrow morning and a post-Booker update is on the agenda.  Assuming the USSC has updated the memo in this post, I am hopeful we may see soon a report of sentencing data through two full months post-Booker

In addition, I am hopeful the USSC will soon have a large enough case sample to break-down the cumulative post-Booker statistics so that we can have a more detailed understanding of what sorts of cases in what jurisdictions are within the guidelines, are subject to departures, and are subject to variances.  Also, while I am making my (unreasonable?) data wish list, I would also like to see some post-Booker circuit data.

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I'm very interestin in 5 circuit desicion, I want to know everinthing in this case (Booker, Fanfan & Blakely.)

Please Advise.
Hilda Quintana
Auditor.

Posted by: Hilda Quintana | Mar 23, 2005 11:49:49 AM

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