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Ellen C. Brotman, Make Probation a Real Option at Sentencing, Federal Sentencing Reporter (April 2011)
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Derick R. Vollrath, Losing The Loss Calculation: Toward A More Just Sentencing Regime In White-Collar Criminal Cases, 59 Duke L.J. 1001 (2010)
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Robert G. Morvillo and Robert J. Anello, Calculating Loss under the Guidelines, New York Law Journal (Oct. 8, 2008)
Evan A. Jenness, Gaining the Upper Hand in Arguing Loss in Securities Fraud Cases, The Champion Magazine, September 2008
John H. Chun and Gregory M. Gilchrist, Challenges for White Collar Sentencing in the Post-Booker Era, The Champion Magazine, May/June 2008
Ellen S. Podgor, The Challenge of White Collar Sentencing, 97 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 3 (2007)
Frank O. Bowman, III, Drifting Down the Dnieper with Prince Potemkin: Some Skeptical Reflections About the Place of Compliance Programs in Federal Criminal Sentencing, 39 Wake Forest L. Rev. 671 (2004)