Mary Price’s Published Work

The following is a list of published work by Mary Price.

  • Forbes, September 24, 2014: “Wanting A Trial By Jury Is Not A Crime. So Why Do We Treat It Like One?” Op-Ed
  • New York Times, September 15, 2014: “White Collar Sentences.” Letter-to-the-editor. 
  • Miller(ing) Mandatory Minimums:  What Federal Lawmakers Should Take From Miller v. Alabama, Volume 78 Missouri Law Review 1147 (Fall 2013)
  • FAMM/Human Rights Watch report, “The Answer Is No: Too Little Compassionate Release in US Prisons,” 2012
  • Bureau of National Affairs, Criminal Law Report, “Highlights and Lowlights From the New Report On Mandatory Minimums From the U.S. Sentencing Commission,” article by Mary Price and James Felman, 2012
  • Huffington Post, September 24, 2012: “Sentencing of Sholom Rubashkin.” Op-Ed
  • Movie: Unjustified (2012)
  • Testimony before the United States Sentencing Commission, February 15, 2012: Federal Sentencing After Booker. Testimony
  • Testimony before the United States Sentencing Commission, March 17, 2011: Proposed Drug Amendments. Testimony
  • MainJustice, November 22, 2011: “It’s Not the Judges.” Op–Ed
  • National Law Journal, July 25, 2011, “Out of Control Fraud Guidelines.” Op-Ed
  • Written Testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security, October 12, 2011, The Status of Federal Sentencing and the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines Six Years After Booker. Testimony
  • Article in the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, Winter, 2010
  • Testimony to Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Canada, October 28, 2009, Mandatory Minimums in the United States.  Testimony
  • Testimony before the United States Sentencing Commission, March 20, 2007: Compassionate Release. Testimony
  • National Teleconference following release of Booker v. United States, January 25, 2005. Transcript.
  • Federal Sentencing Reporter, June 2006, Firearm Offenses, “Model Sentencing Guidelines.”  Article
  • Federal Sentencing Reporter, “A Case for Compassion.”
  • Federal Sentencing Reporter,  “The Other Safety Valve”
  • Mary Price, Sentencing Reform: Eliminating Mandatory Minimums, Easing Harsh Sentencing Structures and Building “Smart-on-Crime Solutions,” 28 Champion 18 (2004).  Article
  • Testimony before the United States Sentencing Commission, March 9, 2001, Proposed Ecstasy Guideline. Testimony