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Sentencing, Science, & Philosophy: Philosophical Issues in the Use of Expert Testimony During Federal Sentencing

Mark Allenbaugh
October 25th, 2002, 4:00 to 5:00 pm
Ellis Hall 024

allenbaughMr. Allenbaugh is an Associate at Montedonico, Belcuore & Tazzara, P.C. in Washington, D.C., and is an Adjunct Professor in the Philosophy Department at the George Washington University where he has taught courses in the Philosophy of Law, and Ethics in Business and the Professions. Prior to entering private practice, he served as a Staff Attorney for the United States Sentencing Commission where he was assigned to the Economic Crimes Policy Team and the Terrorism Team. Mr. Allenbaugh has published numerous articles on sentencing and criminal justice, and is a co-editor of Sentencing, Sanctions, and Corrections: Law, Policy, and Practice (2d ed., Foundation Press, 2002). He holds a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Southern California (1993), an M.A. in Philosophy from Ohio University (1995), and a J.D. from American University’s Washington College of Law (2000). He can be reached at Mark.Allenbaugh@mbt-legal.com.

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