Public Comment from August 15, 2012

Public Comment Letters Received by the United States Sentencing Commission in Response to Request for Public Comment on Proposed Priorities (see 77 FR 31069)

August 2012

Proposed Priority No. 1 - Continuation of the Commission's Work on Statutory Mandatory Minimum Penalties

Practitioners Advisory Group
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
The Sentencing Project
National African American Drug Policy Coalition
The University of San Francisco School of Law
The Drug Policy Alliance
Criminal Justice Policy Foundation
Citizen Letters

Proposed Priority No. 2 - Continuation of Study of How Booker and Subsequent Supreme Court Cases Have Affected Federal Sentencing

Federal Public and Community Defenders
Practitioners Advisory Group
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
American Civil Liberties Union

Proposed Priority No. 3 - Child Pornography

Department of Justice
Federal Public and Community Defenders
Practitioners Advisory Group
Probation Officers Advisory Group
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
The University of San Francisco School of Law
Citizen Letters

Proposed Priority No. 4 - Economic Crimes

Federal Public and Community Defenders
Practitioners Advisory Group
Probation Officers Advisory Group
Families Against Mandatory Minimums

Proposed Priority No. 5 - Crime of Violence

Department of Justice
Federal Public and Community Defenders

Proposed Priority No. 6 - Recidivism

Federal Public and Community Defenders
Practitioners Advisory Group
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
The Sentencing Project
The Drug Policy Alliance

Proposed Priority No. 7 - Circuit Conflicts

Department of Justice

Proposed Priority No. 8 - Crime Legislation

Proposed Priority No. 9 - Amendments to Manual/Miscellaneous

Department of Justice
Federal Public and Community Defenders
Practitioners Advisory Group
Probation Officers Advisory Group
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
American Civil Liberties Union
The Ethisphere Institute
Washington Legal Foundation
Joseph E. Murphy, Esq.
Criminal Justice Policy Foundation
The Institute for Policy Integrity
Citizen Letters