Footnotes

Footnotes
1
113 S.Ct 1913 (1993).
2
113 S.Ct. 1111 (1993).
3
Sewell v. United States, 113 S.Ct. 1367
4
Ronald F. Wright, The Law of Federal Sentencing in the Supreme Court's 1991-92 Term, 5 FED. SENT. R. 108 (Sept./Oct. 1992).
5
USSG App. C, Amendment 433 at 253 (Nov. 1992).
6
Samuel J. Buffone, Control of Arbitrary Sentencing Guidelines: Is Administrative Law the Answer? 4 FED. SENT. R 137, 139 (Nov./Dec. 1991)
Ronald F. Wright, Sentencers, Bureaucrats, and the Administra- tive Law Perspective on the Federal Sentencing Commission, 79 Calif. L. Rev. 1(1991).
7
113 S.Ct. at 1917-18
USSG § 1B1.7
8
"The principle that the Guidelines Manual is binding on federal courts applies as well to policy statements." 113 S.Ct. at 1917.
Williams v. United States, 503 U.S. _(1992).
9
113 S.Ct. at 1918-19.
10
Gardebring v. Jenkins, 485 U.S. 415 (1988).
11
113 S.Ct. at 1918.
12
Charles H. Koch, Jr., Administrative Law and Practice, § 4.93 (1985 & West Supp. 1992).
13
113 S.Ct. at 1114-15.
14
113 S.Ct. at 1117.
15
Michael, 326 U.S. 224, 228 (1945)
Ex parte Hudgings, 249 U.S. 378, 383 (1919)
United States v. Faudman, 640 F.2d 20 (6th Cir. 1981)
16
Guidelines Manual, App. C, Amendment 347.
17
113 S.Q._(1993)
1993 WL 179277 (U.S. Fla.).
18
U.S.S.G. § 2B3.1 (b)(2)
U.S.S.G. § 1B1.1
20
Braxton v. United States, 111 S.Ct. 1854, 1857-58 (1991).
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