Supreme Court Will Revisit Sentencing Guidelines Critics say a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision will confuse and complicate the federal criminal sentencing process. Defendants, judges and attorneys aren't sure what to do. Now the Supreme Court will reconsider the decision. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for an update on sentencing guidelines.
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Critics say a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision will confuse and complicate the federal criminal sentencing process. Defendants, judges and attorneys aren't sure what to do. Now the Supreme Court will revisit the decision. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for an update on sentencing guidelines.

Guests:

David Savage, Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Times

James B. Comey, U.S. deputy attorney general

Douglas Berman, law professor at the Moritz College of Law at the Ohio State University