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August 29, 2005

The USSC's finalized priorities

Back in June, as detailed in this post, US Sentencing Commission on its website posted its "Federal Register Notice of proposed priorities and request for public comment."   And now, after "reviewing public comment received pursuant to the notice of proposed priorities,"  the USSC has issued this Notice of Final Priorities for its 2005-2006 amendment cycle.  It is an interesting read, which reveals that, inter alia, that the USSC is planning a "report on the effects of Booker on federal sentencing, including an analysis of sentencing data collected within the first year of that decision."

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