We have helped dozens of attorneys with Amendment 821 analyses and offer this free guide to assist with Amendment 821 re-sentencing(s).

Amendment 821 provides an historic opportunity for nearly 20,000 federal inmates to reduce their sentences, with thousands potentially qualifying for immediate release.

SentencingStats.com is a team of nationally recognized federal sentencing, data science and technology experts, providing a wide range of sentencing consulting services to attorneys and defenders across the country.

To assist your efforts in navigating the Amendment 821 landscape, we’ve produced a turnkey Amendment 821 report generator, free tools, and a range of content including journals, articles, videos and infographics to help you best advocate for your clients.

Newest Articles

Our recently published Law 360 article and Forbes interviews are the best starting place to understand legal application of Amendment 821:

Law 360 Article on Zero Point Offender, co-authored by SentencingStats' President, Mark Allenbaugh, advisor Doug Passon and author of The Federal Sentencing Guidebook, Alan Ellis.

Recent interview with Mark features a clear and concise overview of both Part A and Part B of Amendment 821.

Amendment 821 Videos

Our free videos range from short, animated videos, to in-depth podcasts, and include a recent Office of Education and Sentencing Practice training course: 

Amendment 821 Infographics

Retroactive Application of Amendment 821 Part B: Zero Point Offender Infographic

Sentencing Stats official Infographic Guide to U.S. Sentencing Commission's Amendment 821, §4A1.1 PartB (retroactive), otherwise

Retroactive Application of Amendment 821 Part A: Status Points Amendment Infographic

Sentencing Stats official Infographic Guide to U.S. Sentencing Commission's Amendment 821, §4A1.1 Part A (retroactive),

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As  the market leader in Federal Sentencing Statistics and analytics,  major news outlets are starting to rely on SentencingStats.com’s reports, graphs and analytics and quote our founder, Mark Allenbaugh and long term advisors and collaborators, Doug Passon and Alan Ellis for their expertise in Federal Sentencing analysis.


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