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October 10, 2006

ALI's on-going work on MPC sentencing revisions

Oregon Circuit Court Judge Michael Marcus, whose intriguing website highlights that he is a great sentencing fan, just sent around a report on the status of the ALI's on-going efforts to revise the sentencing provisions of the Model Penal Code:

On October 19 and 20, 2006, the American Law Institute Council will receive and discuss the latest draft of the Model Penal Code sentencing revision.  The Reporter has presented several issues to the Council for its resolution, the most significant of which has to do with the place of public safety in the draft's statement of sentencing purposes.  If you are interested in the comments I have submitted on these issues, they are available at this link.

October 10, 2006 at 06:39 AM | Permalink


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