I Sentenced Criminals To Hundreds More Years Than I Wanted To. I Had No Choice.

February 17, 2017  |  The Washington Post

This essay critiques federal mandatory minimums, examining both the inherently unfair outcomes they generate for convicts, and the predicament in which these mandatory minimums place our federal district court judges – who are forced to levy penalties they know to be unjust. It was written by associate Peter Dubrowski and Shira A. Scheindlin, a former federal judge in the Southern District of New York.

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