May 12, 2009
FSR issue on "second look" sentencing reforms now on-line
I am very pleased to report that the latest issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter is available on-line. The issue is focused on "second look" sentencing reforms, and is largely a product of the efforts of Margaret Colgate Love. Thanks to Margy's extraordinary organization work, FSR has the honor of devoting an entire issue to the proceedings and papers from the Roundtable on “Second Look” Sentencing Reforms organized by the American Bar Association Commission on Effective Criminal Sanctions.
GUEST EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS
- Margaret Colgate Love, Taking a Serious Look at “Second Look” Sentencing Reforms
- Rachel E. Barkow, The Politics of Forgiveness: Reconceptualizing Clemency
- Daniel T. Kobil, Reviving Presidential Clemency in Cases of “Unfortunate Guilt”
- Stephen R. Sady & Lynn Deffebach, Second Look Resentencing under 18 U.S.C. § 3582(c) as an Example of Bureau of Prisons Policies That Result in Overincarceration
- Mary Price, A Case for Compassion
- Nora V. Demleitner, Terms of Imprisonment: Treating the Noncitizen Offender Equally
- Dora Schriro, Is Good Time a Good Idea? A Practitioner’s Perspective
- Douglas A. Berman, Exploring the Theory, Policy, and Practice of Fixing Broken Sentencing Guidelines
- Sylvia Royce, International Prisoner Transfer
- Richard F. Frase, Second Look Provisions in the Proposed Model Penal Code Revisions
- Mark Bergstrom, Frank Dermody, Steven L. Chanenson, & Jordan Hyatt, The Next Era of Sentencing Reform . . . Revisited
- Margaret Colgate Love, Sentence Reduction Mechanisms in a Determinate Sentencing System: Report of the Second Look Roundtable
Other recent FSR issues:
- FSR Issue 21.2: Sex Offenders: Recent Developments in Punishment and Management
- FSR Issue 21.1: Thoughts for the U.S. Sentencing Commission
- FSR Issue 20.5: American Criminal Justice Policy in a "Change" Election
- FSR Issue 20.4: Debates and Realities Surrounding Crack Retroactivity
- FSR Issue 20.3: White-Collar Sentencing
- FSR Issue 20.2: Prisoner Reentry
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Should I even bother looking, or is this more vile, pro-criminal, lying, rent seeking propaganda? Is there any concern for public safety in these left wing extremist criminal lovers? Or is it all, safety can only come by showing more love to violent repeat offenders?
Posted by: Supremacy Claus | May 12, 2009 4:56:51 PM
Have a little faith. Read.
Posted by: Faith | May 12, 2009 11:45:23 PM
Before I spend a lot of expensive time, does any address the 40% drop in crime victimization rates from 1994 onward, most likely a delayed result of the percolation of the 1984 Guidelines to the street level?
Posted by: Supremacy Claus | May 13, 2009 12:16:59 AM