Practitioners Advisory Group — Written Submissions

  • October 2015 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendment regarding crimes of violence.
  • July 2015 – Response to request for public comment on proposed priorities.
  • March 2015 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments.
  • July 2014 – Response to request for public comment on proposed priorities.
  • March 2014 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments for 2014.
  • August 2013 – Response to request for public comment on proposed priorities for 2014.
  • March 2013 – Response to request for public comment on proposed 2013 amendments and related issues.
  • March 2013 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2013 concerning economic espionage.
  • March 2013 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2013 concerning pre-retail medical products.
  • March 2013 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2013 concerning tax loss.
  • July 2012 - Response to request for public comment on proposed priorities for 2013.
  • March 2012 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments for 2012.
  • February 2012 – Public hearing testimony on federal sentencing options pursuant to United States v. Booker.
  • February 2012 – Submission for public hearing record regarding the issue of penalties for child pornography offenses in federal sentencing.
  • August 2011 – Response to request for public comment on proposed priorities for 2012.
  • June 2011 – Public hearing testimony regarding retroactivity of the Fair Sentencing Act amendment.
  • March 2011 – Comments on proposed amendment for 2011 concerning supervised release (supplement to February 16, 2011, hearing testimony).
  • March 2011 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2011 implementing the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010.
  • March 2011 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2011 concerning firearms offenses.
  • February 2011 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2011 concerning fraud offenses.
  • February 2011 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendments for 2011 concerning illegal reentry and supervised release.
  • August 2010 – Response to request for public comment on proposed priorities for 2011.
  • May 2010 – Public hearing testimony regarding the issue of statutory mandatory minimum penalties in federal sentencing.
  • March 2010 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments for 2010.
  • March 2010 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2010 concerning specific offender characteristics.
  • March 2010 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendment for 2010 concerning the organizational guidelines.
  • March 2009 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments for 2009.
  • March 2008 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments for 2008.
  • November 2007 – Public hearing testimony regarding retroactivity of the 2007 crack cocaine amendment.
  • October 2007 – Response to request for public comment regarding retroactivity of the 2007 crack cocaine and criminal history amendments.
  • March 2007 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendments for 2007.
  • November 2006 – Public hearing testimony regarding federal cocaine sentencing policy.
  • March 2006 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendments for 2006.
  • April 2005 – Public hearing testimony on proposed amendments for 2005.
  • February 2005 – Public hearing testimony regarding the present and potential future effect of the Supreme Court's decision in United States v. Booke/Fanfan on the federal criminal justice community.
  • November 2004 – Public hearing testimony regarding the present and potential future effect of the Supreme Court's decision in United States v. Booke/Fanfan on the federal criminal justice community.
  • March 2003 – Response to request for public comment on proposed amendment for 2003 concerning fraud offenses.
  • October 1997 – Public hearing testimony concerning the definition of loss in the federal sentencing guidelines.