Revolt On Fed Sentence Rules May Fall On Deaf Ears

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Federal sentencing guidelines were set in the 1980s, recalls the Baltimores Sun, when analysts found that in one courtroom, a judge handed out a sentence of 10 years and in another, someone charged with the same crime got two years. “The feeling was judges simply had too much discretion,” says Erik Luna of the University
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