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2013
Chongseh Kim, Andrew . Beyond finality: How making criminal judgments less final can further the 'interests of finality'. Utah Law Review. 2013, (2), 561-621.
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2010
Hartley, Richard D.,  Miller, J. Mitchell . Crack-ing the media myth: Reconsidering sentencing severity for cocaine offenders by drug type. Criminal Justice Review. 35, (1), 67-89.
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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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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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2009
United States Sentencing Commission . 2008 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2009
Heise, Michael . Federal criminal appeals: A brief empirical perspective. Marquette Law Review. 93, (2), 825-844.
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2008
Johnson, Brian D.,  Ulmer, Jeffery T.,  Kramer, John H. The social context of guidelines circumvention: The case of Federal District courts. Criminology. 46, (3), 737-783.
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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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2008
United States Sentencing Commission . 2007 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2007
United States Sentencing Commission . 2006 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2006
United States Sentencing Commission . 2004 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2006
United States Sentencing Commission . 2005 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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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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2004
United States Sentencing Commission . 2003 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2004
2003
United States Sentencing Commission . 2001 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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2001
United States Sentencing Commission . 2000 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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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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United States Sentencing Commission . 2011 Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics. Washington, DC: United States Sentencing Commission.
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