Supreme Court Must End Acquitted Conduct Sentencing – Law360

End Acquitted Conduct Supreme Court

Read the latest expert opinion on Law360. co-authored by President Mark Allenbaugh and board member Alan Ellis on why acquitted conduct is an unlawful practice that the supreme court must put an end to. Download a PDF of the full article here.


Supreme Court Must End Acquitted Conduct Sentencing – Law360 While all three branches of government have shown reluctance to address the issue of acquitted conduct sentencing, including the U.S. Supreme Court in its recent denial of certiorari in a case addressing the topic, the court must — as only it can — put an end to this unconstitutional practice, say Alan Ellis at the Law Offices of Alan Ellis and Mark Allenbaugh at Sentencing Stats.
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