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May 4, 2006

Some 2004 nostalga from the USSC

Remember way back when the Red Sox broke an epic curse, we laughed about Howard Dean's scream, and the guidelines were mandatory?  Well, if you want to re-live those crazy times of 2004, the US Sentencing Commission is ready to help.  Now just available on the Commission's website is the USSC's "2004 Annual Report and Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics."  Here are the highlights from the USSC:

The 2004 Annual Report presents an overview of major Commission activities and accomplishments for fiscal year 2004.  See the Commission's 2004 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics for descriptive figures, tables, and charts, and selected district, circuit, and national sentencing data.

When I have more time and energy (and access to a durable printer), I hope to have some comments on what we might still learn from the federal sentencing stories and data from 2004.

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