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: The Sentencing Project

Read News: Attorney general wants review of cocaine sentences

By The Sentencing Project

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During a panel discussion featuring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and Attorney General Eric Holder, yesterday, Holder continued to support the administration's stance on eliminating the gap in prison sentences for crack and powder cocaine offenses. "One thing is very clear: We must review our federal cocaine sentencing policy," Holder said during the Congressional Black Caucus 'Rethinking Federal Sentencing Policies' panel that also featured The Sentencing Project's Executive Director, Marc Mauer, and a host of other criminal justice reform experts. Posted Date:6/25/2009 7:31:58 PM

Full post as published by The Sentencing Project on June 25, 2009 (boomark / email).

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