2006 Federal Sentencing Guidelines
CHAPTER FIVE - PART H - SPECIFIC OFFENDER CHARACTERISTICS
§5H1.3. Mental and Emotional Conditions (Policy Statement)
Mental and emotional conditions are not ordinarily relevant in determining whether a departure is warranted, except as provided in Chapter Five, Part K, Subpart 2 (Other Grounds for Departure).
Mental and emotional conditions may be relevant in determining the conditions of probation or supervised release; e.g., participation in a mental health program (see §§5B1.3(d)(5) and 5D1.3(d)(5)).