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November 8, 2007

USSC holding a public briefing on incarceration alternatives

I am intrigued to see a notice on the US Sentencing Commission's website indicating that the Commission has scheduled a "public briefing session" for next Wednesday morning.  According to this agenda, the focus of the public briefing is "Alternatives to Incarceration" and will include presentations by Commission Staff and by Margaret Colgate Love, Director, American Bar Association, Commission on Effective Criminal Sanctions.

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Doc, I see they have transcripts of old public hearings, do you know if they post audio or video online live?

Posted by: Gritsforbreakfast | Nov 8, 2007 11:51:20 AM

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