Federal Criminal Sentencing

LAW 800

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the criminal sentencing process in federal courts and learn the factors that impact how sentences are determined in federal convictions.

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What you can learn.

  • Learn the federal rules governing sentencing policies for individual and organizations
  • Learn sentencing procedural requirements
  • Gain an understanding of the probation officer's role and the impact of presentence interviews and recommendations
  • Learn the standard proof for elements that enhance or lesson criminal sentences

About this course:

In this seminar, students are introduced to the federal rules governing sentencing policies for individuals and organizations convicted of felonies and serious misdemeanors in federal courts. Participants learn about sentencing procedural requirements, the probation officer’s role, and the impact of presentence interviews and recommendations. Students learn the standard of proof for elements that enhance or lessen criminal sentences and examine judicial concepts of equity.

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