By Brooke Vaydik
In her Case Note, Brooke Vaydik examines the Fifth Circuit’s recent decision in US v. Eaden, and argues that the Federal Sentencing Guidelines should be interpreted narrowly.
Brooke Vaydik, Case Note, When “One Step” is a Leap: Examining the Fifth Circuit’s Correct Interpretation of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, 73 SMU L. Rev. F. 243 (2020).
Further Related Reads
- Jonathan Petree, Navigating the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: Considerations of Equitable Impact After United States v. Trinidad, 83 J. Air L. & Com. 155 (2018).
- J.C. Oleson, Risk in Sentencing: Constitutionally Suspect Variables and Evidence-Based Sentencing, 64 SMU L. Rev. 1329 (2011).
- Mae C. Quinn, Constitutionally Incapable: Parole Boards as Sentencing Courts, 72 SMU L. Rev. 565 (2019).