I. In Washington On July 27, 2010, The U.S. Supreme Court Gave sentences to five defendants convicted of white-collard fraud to 1 to 4 years for causing more than $500 million in losses. Five years ago, federal judges were set free to make their own sentencing decisions. In a report last month, the Justice Department said something appears to be wrong in the sentencing guidelines for white-collar fraud cases and child exploitation crimes, including pornography, where
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federal crimes, child exploitation crimes, whitecollar fraud cases