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June 18, 2006

A state sentencing conference not to be missed

I have just received the brochure and tentative agenda for the National Association of Sentencing Commissions (NASC) 2006 Annual Conference, which is scheduled for early August in Philadelphia.  NASC is a fascinating group that brings together many state and federal sentencing "insiders" to focus on state sentencing issues while also keeping an eye on the federal experience.  This year, the NASC Annual Conference is entitled "Keystone of Sentencing: Balancing Fairness and Cost."   A quick look at the agenda (which can be downloaded below) shows that this conference will have something for every sentencing interest.

Download nasc_conf_brochure_2006.pdf

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