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2012 Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual By United States Sentencing Commission
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The Sentencing Reform Act of 1984 (Title II of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984) provides for the development of guidelines that will further the basic purposes of criminal punishment:... More > deterrence, incapacitation, just punishment, and rehabilitation. The Act delegates broad authority to the Commission to review and rationalize the federal sentencing process. The Act contains detailed instructions as to how this determination should be made, the most important of which directs the Commission to create categories of offense behavior and offender characteristics. An offense behavior category might consist, for example, of "bank robbery/committed with a gun/$2500 taken." An offender characteristic category might be "offender with one prior conviction not resulting in imprisonment." The Commission is required to prescribe guideline ranges that specify an appropriate sentence for each class of convicted persons determined by coordinating the offense behavior categories with the offender...< Less
2012 Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual: APPENDIX B - SELECTED SENTENCING STATUTES (To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989) By United States Sentencing Commission
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To Accompany ISBN 1304099989 - APPENDIX B - SELECTED SENTENCING STATUTES: This appendix sets forth the principal statutory provisions governing sentencing, the Sentencing Commission, and the drafting... More > of sentencing guidelines, as follows: Title 18. First, it sets forth relevant provisions of title 18, United States Code (Crimes and Criminal Procedure), as extracted from the following chapters of title 18: ! Chapter 227 (Sentences); ! Chapter 229 (Postsentence Administration); ! Chapter 232 (Miscellaneous Sentencing Provisions); and ! Chapter 235 (Appeal). Title 28. Second, it sets forth relevant provisions of title 28, United States Code (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), as extracted from the following chapter of title 28: ! Chapter 58 (United States Sentencing Commission).< Less
2012 Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual: APPENDIX C (VOLUME III) - Amendments to the Guidelines Manual (To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989) By United States Sentencing Commission
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To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989 - This volume of Appendix C presents amendments to the guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary effective November 1, 2004; October 24, 2005; November 1,... More > 2005; March 27, 2006; September 12, 2006; November 1, 2006; May 1, 2007; November 1, 2007; February 6, 2008; March 3, 2008; May 1, 2008; November 1, 2008; November 1, 2009; November 1, 2010; and November 1, 2011. For amendments to the guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary effective November 1, 1998; May 1, 2000; November 1, 2000; December 16, 2000; May 1, 2001; November 1, 2001; November 1, 2002; January 25, 2003; April 30, 2003; October 27, 2003; November 1, 2003; and November 5, 2003, see Appendix C, Volume II. For amendments effective November 1, 1997, and earlier, see Appendix C, Volume I. The format under which the amendments are presented in Appendix C, including this volume, is designed to facilitate a comparison between previously existing and amended provisions...< Less
2012 Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual: APPENDIX C (VOLUME II) - Amendments to the Guidelines Manual (To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989) By United States Sentencing Commission
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To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989 - This volume of Appendix C presents the amendments to the guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary effective November 1, 1998; May 1, 2000; November 1,... More > 2000; December 16, 2000; May 1, 2001; November 1, 2001; November 1, 2002; January 25, 2003; April 30, 2003; October 27, 2003; November 1, 2003; and November 5, 2003. For amendments to the guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary effective November 1, 1997, and earlier, see Appendix C, Volume I. The format under which the amendments are presented in Appendix C, including this supplement, is designed to facilitate a comparison between previously existing and amended provisions, in the event it becomes necessary to reference the former guideline, policy statement, or commentary language.< Less
2012 Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual: APPENDIX C (Volume I) - Amendments to the Guidelines Manual (To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989) By United States Sentencing Commission
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To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989 - This Volume of Appendix C presents the amendments to the guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary promulgated effective January 15, 1988; June 15, 1988;... More > October 15, 1988; November 1, 1989; November 1, 1990; November 1, 1991; November 27, 1991; November 1, 1992; November 1, 1993; September 23, 1994; November 1, 1994; November 1, 1995; November 1, 1996; May 1, 1997; November 1, 1997.* For amendments effective after November 1, 1997, see Appendix C, Volume II. The format under which the amendments are presented in this Appendix is designed to facilitate a comparison between previously existing and amended provisions, in the event it becomes necessary to reference the former guideline, policy statement, or commentary language.< Less
2012 Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual: Supplement To APPENDIX C - Amendments to the Guidelines Manual (To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989) By United States Sentencing Commission
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To Accompany ISBN: 1304099989 - This supplement to Appendix C presents amendments to the guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary effective November 1, 2012. For amendments to the... More > guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary effective November 1, 2004; October 24, 2005; November 1, 2005; March 27, 2006; September 12, 2006; November 1, 2006; May 1, 2007; November 1, 2007; February 6, 2008; March 3, 2008; May 1, 2008; November 1, 2008; November 1, 2009; November 1, 2010; and November 1, 2011, see Appendix C, Volume III. For amendments effective November 1, 1998; May 1, 2000; November 1, 2000; December 16, 2000; May 1, 2001; November 1, 2001; November 1, 2002; January 25, 2003; April 30, 2003; October 27, 2003; November 1, 2003; and November 5, 2003, see Appendix C, Volume II. For amendments effective November 1, 1997, and earlier, see Appendix C, Volume I.< Less
Reduce My Prison Sentence By Stephen Sharp
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The complete prison sentencing book to help understand many of the federal laws that control a prison sentence and time that is actually spent behind bars. Read true testimony about life in federal... More > prison and how to cope and survive a prison sentence. Discover amazing stores and facts inside on the 5K1 Rule, Plea Bargaining, What Your Attorney Doesn't Tell You, Getting to the Halfway House, Safety Relief Valve, Drug Charges, New Crack Cocaine Laws and more.< Less
Reduce My Prison Sentence By Stephen C. Sharp
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Top selling book for learning all about the most promising and effective tips, tricks, secrets and strategies for reducing a federal prison sentence. Complete with real case examples and procedures... More > to reduce prison and halfway house time served.< Less
Civil RICO: A Manual for Federal Attorneys By United States Department of Justice
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The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (commonly referred to as RICO Act or RICO) is a United States federal law that provides for extended criminal penalties and a civil cause of... More > action for acts performed as part of an ongoing criminal organization. RICO was enacted by section 901(a) of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970. RICO is codified as Chapter 96 of Title 18 of the United States Code, 18 U.S.C. § 1961–1968. While it’s intended use was to prosecute the Mafia as well as others who were actively engaged in organized crime, its application has been more widespread. Under RICO, a person who is a member of an enterprise that has committed any two of 35 crimes—27 federal crimes and 8 state crimes—within a 10-year period can be charged with racketeering. Those found guilty of racketeering can be fined up to $25,000 and sentenced to 20 years in prison per racketeering count.< Less
Indicted - A Defendant's Guide through the Federal Criminal Justice System By Patrick Boyce
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No one is prepared for incarceration and nothing will completely dispel all of the fear associated with a federal indictment and the possibility of spending time in prison. The best tools are a firm... More > understanding of what you are up against, professional guidance and accurate information at your disposal when you need it so you can make timely and informed decisions. Indicted was written with three distinct audiences in mind: defendants, their loved ones and the legal professionals charged with their counsel.< Less