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January 12, 2009

Latest FSR issue, pondering USSC's future, now available on-line

I am pleased to report that, just in time for this week's public meeting of the US Sentencing Commission (basics here), the latest issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter is available on-line.  The opening commentary, which I authored, is entitled "Pondering the U.S. Sentencing Commission's Future."  It can be downloaded at this link.  

The major articles of this latest FSR issue are listed below and can be accessed electronically here.  (A full subscription to the Federal Sentencing Reporter can be ordered on-line here.)


  • Douglas A. Berman, Pondering the U.S. Sentencing Commission's Future


  • Laura I. Appleman, Toward a Common Law of Sentencing: Gall,Kimbrough, and the Search for Reasonableness
  • Mark Osler, Death to These Guidelines, and a Clean Sheet of Paper
  • Dan Aaron Polster, Does the Booker Emperor Have Any Clothes?
  • Lisa A. Rich, Congress Should Engage in Sentencing Review: Some Ideas for the 111th Congress
  • Isaac B. Rosenberg, Involuntary Endogenous RFID as a Condition of Federal Supervised Release—Chips Ahoy?
  • Sonja B. Starr, Using Sentencing to Clean Up Criminal Procedure: Incorporating Remedial Sentence Reduction into Federal Sentencing Law
  • Molly M. Gill, FAMM, Correcting Course: Lessons from the 1970 Repeal of Mandatory Minimums

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