SentencingStats.com offers the free Amendment 821 Sentence Calculator and predictor. This tool helps defendants, families, and legal professionals calculate amended guideline sentence ranges, criminal history points, criminal history category, offense level and zone in seconds.
Sentencing Stats official Infographic Guide to U.S. Sentencing Commission’s Amendment 821, §4A1.1 PartB (retroactive), otherwise known as the Zero Point Offender reduction.
Sentencing Stats official Infographic Guide to U.S. Sentencing Commission’s Amendment 821, §4A1.1 Part A (retroactive), otherwise known as Criminal History Status Points reduction.
SentencingStats.com to assist with retroactive application of Amendment 821, offering analytics, services and tools for resentencing eligible federal inmates.
Policy Priorities: The Commission discussed and voted on the final policy priorities for the period of 2023-2024. These priorities would guide the Commission’s work in establishing sentencing policies and practices for federal courts. Retroactivity of Parts A and B of the 2023 Criminal History Amendment: A significant decision involved voting on the retroactivity of Parts
If you’re seeking clarity on the eligibility criteria for an Amendment 821 sentence reduction, this video is here to help. We’ll outline the six crucial pieces of data you need to gather in order to assess qualification accurately. This video is part of our ongoing ongoing educational series in simplifying Federal Sentencing and the USSC Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
U.S. Sentencing Commission report lists estimated number of defendants eligible for a retroactive reduction by district and type of offense.
Read the latest expert opinion on Law360. co-authored by SentencingStats.com President Mark Allenbaugh, advisor Doug Passon legendary Federal attorney Alan Ellis predict how the Zero-Point Offender amendment (Amendment 821 Part A) will be implemented.
The Zero Point Offender and Status Point modifications to the Sentencing Guidelines go into effect on November 1. They are RETROACTIVE. But not everyone knows whether they may benefit from the changes or how to go about getting that benefit. Therefore, helping us get Set for Sentencing, Mark Allenbaugh, and Keith Hilzendeger to tell us