Donald Trump Rico Sentencing Analysis
When a judge decides to imprison a client before their trial, even though they haven’t been convicted and are presumed innocent, it effectively bypasses the usual legal process. It’s like skipping the initial steps and going straight to sentencing, without any chance to collect resources or build a defense. The practice of pre-trial detention should
Lean in to SentencingStats President Mark Allenbaugh and Advisor Doug Passon’s compelling analysis the government’s latest Federal charges against ex-President Donald Trump. This is a clear example of how SentencingStats’ analytics drives insights and clarity around Federal Sentencing.
The US Sentencing Commission created “JSIN” (sounds like “Jason”) as a resource for Judges who want to understand how defendants are really being sentenced under the guidelines. And, currently thirty-one federal jurisdictions are now incorporating JSIN data into the pre-sentence report. But, are the stats accurate? Could these numbers help or harm defendants? IN THIS
Listen to our president and co-founder, Mark Allenbaugh talks sentencing on The Ohio State University Lawschool’s podocast, Drugs on the Docket: #federalsentencing #sentencingstatistics #sentencinganalysis