Session 30: SE2 -> Federal Sentencing Guidelines: The Roles Played by the Prosecutor and the Probation Officer
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Cambridge
Session Chair: Christopher Hebert, San Jose State University
The Processing of Environmental Law Violators in Federal Criminal Courts: Differences in the Treatment of Individuals and Companies
by: Neal Slone, Bloomsburg University (Corresponding)
Leo G. Barrile, Bloomsburg University
Prosecutorial Discretion and Real Offense Sentencing: A Potential for Disparity Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
by: Keith A. Wilmot, University of Nebraska - Omaha (Corresponding)
Effect of Prosecutorial Discretion on Disparity Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
by: Kevin R. Blackwell, U.S. Sentencing Commission (Corresponding)
Sentencing Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: A Multi-Level Analysis of Judicial and Prosecutorial Discretionj
by: Celesta A. Albonetti, University of Iowa (Corresponding)
Ryan E. Spohn, University of Iowa

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