US Sentencing Commission proposes (modest but significant) changes to the fraud guidelines

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
January 24 2015

Sentencing Law and Policy Blog

US Sentencing Commission proposes (modest but significant) changes to the fraud guidelines

“As reported in this official news release, the ‘United States Sentencing Commission voted today to publish proposed guideline amendments, including revisions to the sentencing guideline governing fraud.’ Here are the basics from the release: ‘The bipartisan Commission voted to seek comment on a proposed amendment to revise guideline §2B1.1 governing fraud offenses by clarifying the definition of ‘intended loss,’ which contributes to the degree of punishment, and the enhancement for the use of sophisticated means in a fraud offense. The proposed amendment also revises the guideline to better consider the degree of harm to victims, rather than just the number of victims, and includes a modified, simpler approach to ‘fraud on the market’ offenses which involve manipulation of the value of stocks.”

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[Ventura County, California criminal defense lawyer and State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist Jay Leiderman provides defense of cases involving oppression leveled against activists and hacktivists. He does all types of cases involving the digital revolution, civil rights, political dissent, emerging tech issues in the courts, piracy, Search and seizure issues, freedom on the internet, fighting against unjust systems, governmental and prosecutorial overreach, medical marijuana, and overall injustice. Jay fights for the underdog. Jay is a lifetime member of the NORML Legal Committee. Jay is pro-privacy for hte individual and believes in transparency for hte state and large corporations. He is also a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), The National Lawyer’s Guild (NLG), The California Public Defender’s Association (CPDA) and is also a lifetime member of California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ). He is admitted to practice in state and federal courts.]

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