Amendment 821 provides an historic opportunity for nearly 20,000 federal inmates to reduce their sentences, with thousands potentially qualifying for immediate release.
We are working tirelessly to help help as many people assess their sentencing reductions as we can.
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Note: We are processing orders first-come, first served. This is not legal advice nor a guarantee that you qualify.
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 board member Alan Ellis for their expertise in Federal Sentencing.
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