Notes

Notes
1
United States Sentencing Commission 1996 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics (1997).
United States Sentencing Commission Federal Sentencing Statistics, Federal Sentencing Statistics by State, 1996 Fiscal Year, Sentencing Commission home page at <http// www.ussc.gov>, index to statistical files at <http//www.ussc.gov/ judpack/jp1996.htm>
2
Ian Weinstein, Regulating the Market for Snitches, 47 Buff. L. Rev. (forthcoming 1999).
11
Lisa M. Farabee, Disparate Departures Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: A Tale of Two Districts, 30 Conn. L. Rev. 569, 629 (1998)
13
Patti B. Saris, Below the Radar Screens: Have the Sentencing Guidelines Eliminated Disparity? One Judge's Perspective, 30 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 1027, 1045 (1997)
14
Melendez v. United States, 518 U.S. 120 (1996)
15
United States v. Wallace, 114 F3d 652 (7th Cir. 1997)
United States v. Jimenez, 992 F2d 13 (7th Cir. 1993)
Saris, supra note 15, at 1046-49
16
U.S. v. Gonzalez-Bello, 1998 WL 352941, 11 Fed. Sent. R. 30 (EDNY 1998)
17
Michael Gelacak et al., Departures Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: An Empirical and Jurisprudential Analysis, 81 Minn. L. Rev. 299, 361 (1996)
18
Sent. Comm. Subst. Ass. Staff Study, discussed in 11 Fed. Sent. R, no. 1.
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