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July 15, 2005

More updated post-Booker data from the USSC

Today the US Sentencing Commission has now finally made publically available on this Booker page a "Post-Booker Sentencing Update" with the USSC's latest, greatest sentencing statistics.  (This new data, available here, is a little different and seems more copious than the materials I received and posted here yesterday.)  The USSC describes this latest offering as an "extensive set of tables and charts presenting data on post-Booker cases received, coded, and edited as part of the Commission's post-Booker project," and the USSC notes that numbers "are prepared using data extracted at close-of-business on June 6, 2005."

I plan to savor this data throughout the weekend (especially since Tiger is threatening to make The Open a runaway), and I will post commentary soon on any numbers that really jump out.  Readers are encouraged to do the same via comments.

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I found your Blog through BOP Watch posting.
I am a doctor and my husband was convicted
pre-booker (before I knew him) and sentenced

Posted by: Laura Caton | Aug 9, 2005 9:45:31 AM

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