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Federal Sentencing Guidelines 2016 2017

Author : United States Sentencing Commission
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Do you have the 2016-2017 Federal Sentencing Guidelines? This edition of the Guidelines Manual reflects amendments including: Compassionate Release Unlawfully Entering or Remaining in the United States Conditions of Probation and Supervised Release Animal Fighting Child Pornography Circuit Conflicts CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS Offenses Against the Person-Homicide, Assault, Criminal Sexual Abuse and Offenses Related to Registration as a Sex Offender, Kidnapping, Abduction, or Unlawful Restraint, Air Piracy and Offenses Against Mass Transportation Systems, Threatening or Harassing Communications, Hoaxes, Stalking, and Domestic Violence. Basic Economic Offenses-Theft, Embezzlement, Receipt of Stolen Property, Property Destruction, and Offenses Involving Fraud or Deceit-Burglary and Trespass, Robbery, Extortion, and Blackmail, Commercial Bribery and Kickbacks, Counterfeiting and Infringement of Copyright or Trademark, Motor Vehicle Identification Numbers Offenses Involving Public Officials and Violations of Federal Election Campaign Laws Offenses Involving Drugs And Narco-Terrorism including Unlawful Manufacturing, Importing, Exporting, Trafficking, or Possession; Continuing Criminal Enterprise, Unlawful Possession, and Regulatory Violations Offenses Involving Criminal Enterprises and Racketeering-Racketeering, Extortionate Extension of Credit, Gambling, Trafficking in Contraband Cigarettes and Smokeless Tobacco, and Labor Racketeering Offenses Involving Commercial Sex Acts, Sexual Exploitation of Minors, and Obscenity-Promoting A Commercial Sex Act or Prohibited Sexual Conduct, Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, and Obscenity Offenses Involving Individual Rights-Civil Rights, Political Rights, Privacy and Eavesdropping, Peonage, Involuntary Servitude, Slave Trade, and Child Soldiers Offenses Involving the Administration of Justice Offenses Involving Public Safety-Explosives and Arson, Firearms, and Mailing Injurious Articles Offenses Involving Immigration, Naturalization, and Passports Offenses Involving National Defense and Weapons of Mass Destruction-Treason, Sabotage, Espionage and Related Offenses, Evasion of Military Service, Prohibited Financial Transactions and Exports, and Providing Material Support to Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations, Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons and Materials, and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction Offenses Involving Food, Drugs, Agricultural Products, Consumer Products, and Odometer Laws. Adjustments-Victim-Related Adjustments, Role in the Offense, Obstruction and Related Adjustments, Multiple Counts, Acceptance of Responsibility, Criminal History and Criminal Livelihood Determining the Sentence-Sentencing Table, Probation, Imprisonment, Supervised Release, Restitution, Fines, Assessments, Forfeitures, Sentencing Options, Implementing the Total Sentence of Imprisonment, Specific Offender Characteristics, Relief From Disability, and Departures, Substantial Assistance to Authorities, Other Grounds for Departure, Early Disposition Programs Sentencing Procedures, Plea Agreements, and Crime Victims' Rights Violations of Probation and Supervised Release-Authority, Background, Resolution of Major Issues, The Basic Approach, A Concluding Note, and Probation and Supervised Release Violations Sentencing of Organizations-General Application Principles, Remedying Harm from Criminal Conduct, and Effective Compliance and Ethics Program

Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual 2016 2017 Edition

Author : Michigan Legal Publishing Ltd.
ISBN : 1640020004
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The Federal Sentencing Guidelines are rules that set out a uniform sentencing policy for individuals and organizations convicted of felonies and serious (Class A) misdemeanors in the United States federal courts system. This 2016-2017 Edition includes all amendments to the Guidelines through November 1, 2016. Table of Contents Chapter 1 - Introductions, Authority, and General Application Principles Chapter 2 - Offense Conduct Chapter 3 - Adjustments Chapter 4 - Criminal History and Criminal Livelihood Chapter 5 - Determining the Sentence Chapter 6 - Sentencing Procedures, Plea Agreements, and Crime Victims' Rights Chapter 7 - Violations of Probation and Supervised Release Chapter 8 - Sentencing of Organizations Appendix A - Statutory Index Index to Guidelines Manual List of Departure Provisions

Federal Sentencing Guidelines Handbook

Author : Roger William Haines
ISBN : 0314246835
Genre : Sentences (Criminal procedure)
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Busted By The Feds

Author : Larry Fassler
ISBN : 0964490862
Genre : Law
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Federal Sentencing Law And Practice

Author : Thomas W. Hutchison
ISBN : 0314964533
Genre : Sentences (Criminal procedure)
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Alan Ellis Federal Prison Guidebook

Author : Alan Ellis
ISBN : PSU:000033658322
Genre : Correctional institutions
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Locked In

Author : John Pfaff
ISBN : 9780465096923
Genre : Social Science
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"Pfaff, let there be no doubt, is a reformer...Nonetheless, he believes that the standard story--popularized in particular by Michelle Alexander, in her influential book, The New Jim Crow--is false. We are desperately in need of reform, he insists, but we must reform the right things, and address the true problem."--Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker A groundbreaking examination of our system of imprisonment, revealing the true causes of mass incarceration as well as the best path to reform In the 1970s, the United States had an incarceration rate comparable to those of other liberal democracies-and that rate had held steady for over 100 years. Yet today, though the US is home to only about 5 percent of the world's population, we hold nearly one quarter of its prisoners. Mass incarceration is now widely considered one of the biggest social and political crises of our age. How did we get to this point? Locked In is a revelatory investigation into the root causes of mass incarceration by one of the most exciting scholars in the country. Having spent fifteen years studying the data on imprisonment, John Pfaff takes apart the reigning consensus created by Michelle Alexander and other reformers, revealing that the most widely accepted explanations-the failed War on Drugs, draconian sentencing laws, an increasing reliance on private prisons-tell us much less than we think. Pfaff urges us to look at other factors instead, including a major shift in prosecutor behavior that occurred in the mid-1990s, when prosecutors began bringing felony charges against arrestees about twice as often as they had before. He describes a fractured criminal justice system, in which counties don't pay for the people they send to state prisons, and in which white suburbs set law and order agendas for more-heavily minority cities. And he shows that if we hope to significantly reduce prison populations, we have no choice but to think differently about how to deal with people convicted of violent crimes-and why some people are violent in the first place. An authoritative, clear-eyed account of a national catastrophe, Locked In transforms our understanding of what ails the American system of punishment and ultimately forces us to reconsider how we can build a more equitable and humane society.

Federal Sentencing For Business Crimes

Author : Kirby D. Behre
ISBN : IND:30000086984931
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Wisconsin Sentencing In The Tough On Crime Era

Author : Michael O'Hear
ISBN : 9780299310202
Genre : History
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The dramatic increase in U.S. prison populations since the 1970s is often blamed on mandatory sentencing laws, but this case study of a state with judicial discretion in sentencing reveals that other significant factors influence high incarceration rates.

The Bluebook

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ISBN : 9998255287
Genre : Citation of legal authorities
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Provides a guide to legal citation information inthe United States. Compiled from the Columbia LawReview, 105th edition, c2005; Harvard Law Review,118th edition, c2005; Univ. of Pennsylvania LawReview, 153rd edition, c2005; and the Yale LawJournal, 114th edition, c2005. New edition offersthe Bluepages for beginning law students.

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