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April 10, 2006

The latest USSC basic Booker data

I was a bit concerned that, after the US Sentencing Commission released its major Booker report last month (examined in posts linked here), we would not see continued releases of new post-Booker data.  But I am pleased to see that the USSC now has on its Booker webpage the latest, greatest batch of basic post-Booker sentencing statistics. This latest "Post-Booker Sentencing Update," which can be accessed here, provides an "extensive set of tables and charts presenting data on post-Booker cases received, coded, and edited ... [through] close-of-business on March 16, 2006."

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