Episode 1: Families and Federal Sentencing

Why is it important to raise family circumstances in federal court sentencing proceedings? Dulce Foster, white collar criminal defense attorney and CIC Advisory Board member, joins host Michael Holland to  tackle that question. She discusses the post-Booker consideration of parent-child relationships as a basis for a downward variance from federal sentencing guidelines and outlines key cases.

Attached, you can find CIC’s federal sentencing materials.

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Considering the Parental Role at Sentencing
Considering the Parental Role at Sentencing
Episode 1: Families and Federal Sentencing
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