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November 3, 2008

The new USSC crack guidelines ... one year later

Maryland's legal newspaper today has this effective article, headlined "Crack cocaine sentences, one year later."  The piece reminds us that the US Sentencing Commission's new crack guidelines have now been in place for a full year, and it also provides a terrific look at how the retroactive application of these new guidelines has played out in one jurisdiction.

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