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.
- 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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