November 28, 2006
Extensive FSR coverage of victims at sentencing and the CVRA
I am pleased to report that the first of two Federal Sentencing Reporter issues focused on victims is now available on-line here. This issue (Volume 19, No. 1) is entitled "Victims and Sentencing I: Victim Impact Evidence, the Crime Victims' Rights Act and Kenna." The contents of the Issue can be seen at this link or on this cover page.
FSR editor Michael O'Hear deserves all the credit for assembling an amazing set of materials and commentary on an amazingly interesting and intricate set of issues. And he assembled so much great stuff, that all of the second issue of Volume 19 will be covering victim-related issues. (The Federal Sentencing Reporter can be ordered here and all recent issues can be accessed electronically here.)
Other recent FSR issues:
- FSR Issue 18.5: Toward Real Reform: The Constitution Project Recommendations; Model Federal Sentencing Guidelines
- FSR Issue 18.4: Sentencing at the Supreme Court
- FSR Issue 18.3: Taking Stock a Year after Booker
- FSR Issue 18.2: Defense Perspectives on the Post-Booker World
- FSR Issue 18.1: State of Blakely in the States
- FSR Issue 17.5: Is a Booker Fix Needed?
- FSR Issue 17.4: The Booker Aftershock
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