WASHINGTON-After allowing the seven-member body that writes federal sentencing guidelines to remain paralyzed with vacancies for nearly a year, the White House and key Republicans in Congress appear close to agreeing on a slate of candidates to replenish it.
That’s the word from well-placed lawyers and judges who gathered recently at a conference co-sponsored by the staff of the panel, the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
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