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April 2022
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Douglas A. Berman
The landmark First Step Act was given a name intended to signal that additional criminal justice reforms should be a continued focus for federal policy makers. But more than three years later, Congress has yet to pass any new sentencing reform laws. ...
Barry Boss, Kara Kapp
2022 marks an important year for racial diversity in our criminal justice system. President Biden has just nominated the first black woman, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Senate appears poised to add ...
Zachary C. Bolitho
It has been approximately seventeen years since the Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in United States v. Booker . In Booker , the Court transformed the Federal Sentencing Guidelines from mandatory to advisory. Nonetheless, the front-end of ...

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Federal Sentencing Reporter explores in detail the complex sector of sentencing law, practice and theory.  Published five times annually, each issue is organized around a central topic or theme and will feature articles, cases and other primary materials written by judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys, probation officers, scholars, and members of sentencing commissions. Learn more about Federal Sentencing Reporter.

ISSN: 1053-9867         eISSN: 1533-8363

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