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August 26, 2010

Notable plans (and materials) from the US Sentencing Commission

The homepage of the website of the US Sentencing Commission now has up these two interesting new items and links:

Public Comment on Commission's Proposed Priorities for the Amendment Cycle Ending May 1, 2011

Notice of Public Meeting of the United States Sentencing Commission

Hard-core federal sentencing fans will find a lot of interest behind the link of this first item, and it provides additional links to various materials set to the US Sentencing Commissions on topics ranging from Booker to mandatory minimums to child pornography sentencing.  And the public meeting agenda indicates that the USSC next week will not only vote on "Adoption of Policy Priorities for 2010-2011," but also will consider "Possible Vote on Publication of Issues for Comment related to the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010."

August 26, 2010 at 09:25 AM | Permalink


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