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Federal Sentencing Reporter
White Collar Crime Reports
Covering U.S. District Courts
Indictments, Pleas & Sentencing News
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The Federal Sentencing Reporter

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White Collar Crime News

Welcome To the Federal Sentencing Reporter

Overview

The Federal Sentencing Reporter™ notification service RSS Feed provides the latest legal developments from arrest to indictment to pleas to sentencing of federal white collar defendants in the 98 judicial districts that make up the United States District Court system.

 

White Collar Federal Charges We Cover

Our coverage of federal crimes include: Bank Fraud, Benefit’s Fraud, Bribery, Commodities Fraud, Conspiracy, Counterfeiting, Credit Fraud, Embezzlement, Forgery, Health Care Fraud, Insider Trading, Insurance Fraud, Internet Fraud, Investment Fraud, Loan Fraud, Mail Fraud, Money Laundering, Mortgage Fraud, Obstruction of Justice, Perjury,  Public Corruption, Racketeering, Securities Fraud, Stock Fraud, Tax Evasion, Tax Fraud, Telemarketing Fraud, Welfare Fraud and Wire Fraud.

White Collar Case Analysis

Custody advisors and Federal Prison experts Larry Levine and Holli Coulman of Wall Street Prison Consultants utilize the Federal Criminal Code, the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, and Federal Bureau of Prisons Program Statements to include in each Federal Sentencing News Report with an analysis of:

  • How the defendant could obtain an EARLY RELEASE by qualifying for the Bureau Prisons (RDAP) Residential Drug Abuse Program;
  • How and what the convicted federal criminal charges, and court ordered monetary restitution base offense level were applied to the defendant using the (USSG) U.S. Sentencing Commission Guideline to establish a custody time sentencing range;
  • How and what the defendants’ custody and security level will be determined using BOP Policy and a  Bureau of Prisons Form BP-338 as well as what it should be;
  • How calculation of Good Conduct Time and Halfway House – Community Custody are done, and how much good time the defendant should expect subtracted off their actual sentence as well as how much time they should expect to actually serve in custody.
  • A review of what type of prison, and the location of the facility the defendant to and why, according to BOP Program Statement PS 5100.08.

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