Amendment: Chapter Five, Part J is amended by deleting §5J1.1 in its entirety as follows:
"§5J1.1. Relief From Disability Pertaining to Certain Employment (Policy Statement)
With regard to labor racketeering offenses, a part of the punishment imposed by 29 U.S.C. §§ 504 and 511 is the prohibition of convicted persons from service in labor unions, employer associations, employee benefit plans, and as labor relations consultants. Violations of these provisions are felony offenses. Persons convicted after October 12, 1984, may petition the sentencing court to reduce the statutory disability (thirteen years after sentence or imprisonment, whichever is later) to a lesser period (not less than three years after entry of judgment in the trial court). After November 1, 1987, petitions for exemption from the disability that were formerly administered by the United States Parole Commission will be transferred to the courts. Relief shall not be given in such cases to aid rehabilitation, but may be granted only following a clear demonstration by the convicted person that he has been rehabilitated since commission of the crime.".
A replacement policy statement is inserted as §5J1.1 (Relief from Disability Pertaining to Convicted Persons Prohibited from Holding Certain Positions (Policy Statement)).
Reason for Amendment: The purpose of this amendment is to clarify the policy statement and conform it to the pertinent provisions of the Sentencing Act of 1987.
Effective Date: The effective date of this amendment is June 15, 1988.