July 16, 2012
Exciting new data and resources from US Sentencing Commission
Via e-mail, I have today received this exciting news concerning new materials and data available from the US Sentencing Commission via its website:
The United States Sentencing Commission today introduces its new Interactive Sourcebook. The Interactive Sourcebook allows users to re-create and customize the tables and figures presented in the Commission's printed Sourcebooks of Federal Sentencing Statistics, and contains additional viewing options and tables not published in the printed Sourcebooks. Please view the Interactive Sourcebook Features Guide to learn how to use the site. For more information, view the Frequently Asked Questions.
The United States Sentencing Commission's Preliminary Quarterly Data Report for the second quarter of fiscal year 2012 is now available on the Commission's website. The report includes an extensive set of tables and charts presenting fiscal year quarterly data on cases in which the offender was sentenced during the first half of fiscal year 2012. The report also provides an analysis of sentencing trends over five years for several key sentencing practices.
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Nice work of misleading fiction. Most charges are fictitious. Many defendants are innocent and coerced by stacking.
Isn't it time to get rid of the lawyer from the criminal law and its fictitious charges, sentences, and statistics?
This is worthless, fictitious lawyer trash at great taxpayer expense.
Someone explain why a sentencing commission continues to exist since it has no legal influence anymore. All members should resign, and refuse to waste tax money anymore. None knows anything about crime anyway.
None of these worthless lawyers can even utter the V word without choking.
Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Jul 16, 2012 10:42:46 PM