Monday, March 17, 2008

Tenth Edition of "An Introduction to Federal Sentencing" Now Available

Interested in a broad overview of how federal sentencing works? Then you'll want to dig right into "An Introduction to Federal Sentencing," now in its tenth edition. Most of what's in the paper will be familiar to anyone handles federal cases on a regular basis, but if you're just getting started in the federal world (or if you just like to take in the big picture every now and then) you'll find: a summary of the relevant statutes and the Guidelines Manual, tips for applying the Guidelines, commentary on plea bargaining, and traps for the unwary. This latest version covers Sentencing Guidelines amendments through March 2008, and discusses the impact of Booker, Rita, Gall, and Kimbrough on federal sentencing practice. Enjoy.



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