The Effects Of Punishment Andsentcing

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April 21, 2015

 

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Some judges made extensive use of probation, while others gave long sentences intended, in part, to anticipate the future possibility of parole. It was not unusual for defendants in nearly identical cases, but in different federal courts, to receive drastically different sentences--probation for the one; years behind bars for the other...
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Over time, such sentencing disparities exacted a high price, as the very integrity of the federal criminal justice system was weakened. In 1984, Congress responded. It passed the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, abolishing parole at the federal level, and creating the U.S. Sentencing Commission. The Commission was given a monumental task: Overhauling the sentencing policies of the -federal system, by developing sentencing guidelines to ensure uniformity and proportionality in sentencing...
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