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February 23, 2009

A CRS report on "Sentencing Levels for Crack and Powder Cocaine"

I just recived a pdf copy of a report recently issued by the Congressional Research Service, titled "Sentencing Levels for Crack and Powder Cocaine in Light of Kimbrough and the Impact of Booker."   This document, which can be downloaded below, provides a very effective review of past and present federal sentencing realities, all the way through the new guidelines and most recent Supreme Court and circuit jurisprudence.

Download Sentencing Levels for Crack and Powder Cocaine - Kimbrough and the Impact of Booker

February 23, 2009 at 05:25 PM | Permalink

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