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July 31, 2008

Federal Defenders Paper on Acquitted and Uncharged Crimes

Amy Baron-Evans, who is the National Sentencing Resource Counsel at the Federal Defenders, has alerted us to a revised paper on "Deconstructing the Relevant Conduct Guideline: Challenging the Use of Uncharged and Acquitted Offenses in Sentencing," which she wrote along with Jennifer Niles Coffin, available on the Federal Defender website hereThis paper updates and expands the Federal Defenders' terrific work in this area, which Doug covered in this prior post:

    ·  Deconstructing the federal relevant conduct guidelines 

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