Have you ever wanted to know the average length of sentences for a particular criminal history category for a particular guideline? Do you want to make an argument that cases involving MDMA see a higher rate of below-guideline sentences than other drug cases, either nationally, by circuit or by district?
Then this is the website for you!
The Sentencing Commission has an interactive Sourcebook that you can use to generate tables that are not available in the printed version of the annual Sourcebook. You can use it to compare below-guideline sentences by each primary guideline across the district or circuit, to break down the average length of sentence by criminal history category for each primary guideline, or to find the rate of below-guideline sentences for drug offenses involving different drugs.
You can access the Interactive Sourcebook here:
Our friends at the Sentencing Resource Counsel Project have shared this helpful, step-by-step guide to using the website to generate information that can help you support your sentencing arguments.
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