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1999
United States Sentencing Commission . 1999 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2014
Light, Michael T.,  Massoglia, Michael,  King, Ryan D. Citizenship and punishment: The salience of national membership in U.S. criminal courts. American Sociological Review. 79, (5), 825-847.
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2004
2007
Tiede, Lydia Brashear . Delegating discretion: Quasi experiments on District Court decision making. American Politics Research. 35, (5), 595-620.
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2001
Farrell, Amy . Distinguishing Among the 'Unhappys': The Influence of Cultural Gender Norms on Judicial Decisions to Grant Family. Federal Sentencing Reporter. 13, (unknown), 268-unknown.
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2002
Demuth, Stephen . The effect of citizenship status on sentencing outcomes in drug cases. Federal Sentencing Reporter. 14, (5), 271-275.
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2009
Iles, Gale . The effects of race/ethnicity and national origin on length of sentence in the United States Virgin Islands. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 623, (1), 64-76.
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2006
Stacey, Ann Martin,  Spohn, Cassia . Gender and the social costs of sentencing: An analysis of sentences imposed on male and female. Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law. 11, 43-76.
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2009
Tiede, Lydia Brashear . The impact of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and reform: A comparative analysis. Justice System Journal. 30, (1), 34-49.
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2009
Kautt, Paula M. Is the offense serious axis free of extralegal influence? Assessing the predictors of a 'legally relevant' guideline criterion. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, (3-4), 253-273.
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2010
Freeborn, Beth,  Hartmann, Monica E. Judicial discretion and sentencing behavior: Did the Feeney Amendment rein in District judges?. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 7, (2), 355-378.
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2008
Tiede, Lydia Brashear . The politics of criminal law reform: A comparative analysis of lower court decision-making. NCJ 223283, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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2002
Bowman, Frank O., III,  Heise, Michael . Quiet rebellion II: An empirical analysis of declining Federal drug sentences including data from the District level. Iowa Law Review. 87, 477-561.
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2005
Schanzenbach, Max . Racial and Sex Disparities in Prison Sentences: The Effect of District-level Judicial Demographics. Journal of Legal Studies. 34, (1), 57-92.
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2012
Fischman, Joshua B.,  Schanzenbach, Max M. Racial disparities under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: The role of judicial discretion and mandatory minimums. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 99, (4), 729-764.
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2010
2015
Nutting, Andrew W. Squealer dealers: The market for information in federal drug trafficking prosecutions. Economic Inquiry. 53, (1), 486-507.
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2009
Tiede, Lydia Brashear . The swinging pendulum of sentencing reform: Political actors regulating District Court discretion. BYU Journal of Public Law. 24, (1), 101-149.
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2014
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