1st Monday Date On Sentencing; Breyer A Key Vote

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In 1984, as a federal appeals judge in Boston, Stephen Breyer helped design a new set of federal sentencing guidelines that promised to end the power of judges to impose unduly long sentences, or ill-advisedly short ones, says the Boston Globe. In June, five Supreme Court justices “tolled the death knell for the guidelines” in
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