Our Case Wizard puts relevant and compelling Sentencing Statistics at Your Fingertips
In a few steps, create customized case reports and graphs tailored to your specific case including Guideline, Race, Age, Gender and District
Up-to date preformatted analysis of departure
and variance rates by guideline
Targeted statistics based on U.S
Sentencing Commission datafiles
The U.S. Sentecing Guidelines are driven by 'imperical data and national experience, guided by a professional staff with appropriate expertise.' Kimbrough v. United States, 552 U.S. 85, 109(2007)
Now, for the first time, you will have access to the same data utilized by the Federal Sentencing Comission, but with a powerful, user friendly interface to most effectively advocate for your client. Access our data anywhere - even right in the courtroom!
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We provide custom briefs based on our years of experience as experts in arguing sentence hearings using statistics.
Our team has provided expert witness testimony on a very wide range of Federal cases in nearly every Circuit in the country.
Our pedigreed team of Federal Attorneys, Federal Statistics Experts, data scientists and statisticians regularly produce in-depth sentencing research and are adept at conducting custom sentencing studies.
We provide polished, clear and concise presentations that bring your arguments to life.
I've worked closely with Mark Allenbaugh and his SentencingStats team on many Federal cases. Their statistics and analysis have been game changers in many Federal sentencings. I wouldn't negotiate a Federal sentence without it.