Crack Cocaine Sentencing Reform
U.S. Sentencing Comm'n, Report to Congress: Cocaine and Federal Sentencing Policy (U.S. Sentencing Commission, May 2002).
U.S. Sentencing Comm'n, Report to Congress: Federal Cocaine Sentencing Policy (U.S. Sentencing Commission, May 2007).
U.S. Sentencing Comm'n, Fifteen Years of Guideline Sentencing: An Assessment of How Well the Federal Criminal Justice System is Achieving the Goals of Sentencing Reform (U.S. Sentencing Commission, November 2004).
Cocaine and Federal Sentencing Policy: Hearing Before the U.S. Sentencing Commission, Washington, D.C. (November 15, 2006) (Testimony of Nkechi Taifa, Open Society Institute).
Deborah J. Vagins and Jesselyn McCurdy, Cracks in the System: 20 Years of the Unjust Federal Crack Cocaine Law, (American Civil Liberties Union, October 2006).
The Sentencing Project, Federal Crack Cocaine Sentencing (The Sentencing Project, October 2010).
Improving and Expanding the Federal Safety Valve
Molly Gill, Correcting Course: Lessons from the 1970 Repeal of Mandatory Minimums (Families Against Mandatory Minimums 2008).
The Sentencing Reform Act of 1984: 25 Years Later: Hearing before the United States Sentencing Comm’n(testimony of Michael Nachmanoff, Fed. Pub. Def., E. Dist. of VA) (July 9, 2009).
Mandatory Minimum Sentences: Hearing Before the Subcomm. on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security of the H. Comm. on the Judiciary,111th Cong. 8 (2009) (statement of the Honorable J. Julie E. Carnes, Chair of the Criminal Law Comm. on behalf of the Judicial Conference of the United States).