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June 3, 2006

More juicy data from the USSC

I am extraordinarily excited to discover that, as was promised at terrific Miami FSG conference, the US Sentencing Commission has now made available at its website its 2005 Annual Report and 2005 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Here is how the Commission describes these new materials:

The 2005 Annual Report presents an overview of major Commission activities and accomplishments for fiscal year 2005. See the Commission's 2005 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics for descriptive figures, tables, and charts, and selected district, circuit, and national sentencing data.

I hope to post on a few of my latest provocative post-Booker sentencing theories after I get an opportunity to consume some of the juicy data and analysis in all these USSC materials.  In the meantime, let me just congratulate (and thank) the Commission for getting this data out in a timely fashion.

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