Chapter V. Sources of Information
Pertinent excerpts from the Guide to Judiciary
Policies and Procedures Volume 7, Part A included in this handbook
as Attachments I - 1 (Chapter 2) and VIII - 4 (Chapter 3). To view the complete
Guide, which is maintained by the Clerk of Court, contact
Karen Mitchell, Clerk at 214/753-2201.
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- Local Assistance
The following experienced criminal defense attorneys
have offered their services to answer questions regarding federal
criminal defense issues:
Public Defender's Office - Dallas
525 Griffin, Suite 629
Dallas, TX 75209-2827
214/767-2746 FAX: 214/767-2886
|Mr. Robert R. Smith
2515 McKinney Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
|Mr. Bruce Anton
2301 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, TX 75201
- Defender Sentencing Hotline
The Defender Sentencing Hotline offers free Sentencing
Guideline assistance nationwide from a defense perspective.
The hotline phone number is 1-800-788-9908.
- Useful Publications
The following publications may be useful to Court
- U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines Manual,
U.S. Sentencing Commission, U.S. Government Printing Office,
Superintendent of Documents, Mail Stop; SSOP, Washington,
D.C. 20402. Web address: www.ussc.gov
- Most Frequently Asked Questions About the
Sentencing Guidelines, (6th edition); U.S. Sentencing
Commission, One Columbus Circle, N.E., Suite 2-500 South Lobby,
Washington, D.C. 20002-8002. 202/502-4500; FAX: 202/502-4699.
Web address: www.ussc.gov
- Federal Sentencing Reporter, (A project
of the VERA Institute of Justice). To order, contact University
of California Press 510-642-4191. Subscription rate is $130.00
a year. Web address: www.ucpress.edu
- Federal Sentencing Manual, McFadden,
Clarke, Staniels. (Matthew Bender)
- Federal Sentencing Manual 2005,
West Publishing Company
1-800-328-9352 (quantity discounts available).
- Federal Sentencing Law and Practice,
(Hutchison and Yellen) West Publishing Company, 1-800-328-9352.