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2004
United States Sentencing Commission . 2002 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2014
Albonetti, Celesta A. Changes in federal sentencing for forced labor trafficking and for sex trafficking: A ten year assessment. Crime, Law and Social Change. 61, (2), 179-204.
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2007
Tiede, Lydia Brashear . Delegating discretion: Quasi experiments on District Court decision making. American Politics Research. 35, (5), 595-620.
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2008
Ward, Geoff,  Farrell, Amy,  Rousseau, Danielle . Does Court Workforce Racial Diversity Yield Racial Justice? Some Evidence from Federal Court Contexts. NCJ 221890, Boston, MA: Northeastern University.
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2009
Ward, Geoff,  Farrell, Amy,  Rousseau, Danielle . Does racial balance in workforce representation yield equal justice? Race relations of sentencing in Federal court organizations. Law and Society Review. 43, (4), 757-806.
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2011
Logue, Melissa A. Downward departures in US federal courts: Do family ties, sex, and race/ethnicity matter?. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 34, (4), 683-706.
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2011
Farrell, Amy,  Ward, Geoff . Examining district variation in sentencing in the Post-Booker Period. Federal Sentencing Reporter. 23, (5), 318-325.
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2009
2014
Doerner, Jill K.,  Demuth, Stephen . Gender and sentencing in the federal courts: Are women treated more leniently?. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 25, (2), 242-269.
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2012
Doerner, Jill K. Gender disparities in sentencing departures: An examination of U.S. federal courts. Women and Criminal Justice. 22, (3), 176-205.
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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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2010
Farrell, Amy,  Ward, Geoff,  Rousseau, Danielle . Intersections of gender and race in federal sentencing: Examining court contexts and the effects of representative court authorities. Journal of Gender, Race and Justice. 14, (1), 85-126.
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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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2011
Albonetti, Celesta A. Judicial discretion in federal sentencing . Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (4), 1151-1155.
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2011
Ulmer, Jeffery T.,  Light, Michael T.,  Kramer, John H. Overview of 'Racial disparity in the wake of the 'Booker/Fanfan' decision. Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (4), 1073-1075
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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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2011
Scott, Ryan W. Race disparity under advisory guidelines. Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (4), 1129-1138.
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2009
Farrell, Amy,  Ward, Geoff,  Rousseau, Danielle . Race effects of representation among federal court workers: Does Black workforce representation reduce sentencing disparities?. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 623, 121-133.
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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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2011
Ulmer, Jeffery T.,  Light, Michael T.,  Kramer, John H. Racial disparity in the wake of the 'Booker/Fanfan' decision: An alternative analysis to the USSC's 2010 report. Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (4), 1077-1118.
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2011
Engen, Rodney . Racial disparity in the wake of 'Booker/Fanfan': Making sense of 'messy' results and other challengers for sentencing research. Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (4), 1139-1149.
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2011
Paternoster, Raymond . Racial disparity under the federal sentencing guidelines pre- and post-'Booker'. Criminology and Public Policy. 10, (4), 1073-1076.
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