The the District of Columbia offers several electronic filing services that make tax-filing fast and secure, while also providing a faster turnaround time for your refund.
SCCRC training for any agency or organization that may need it.
Training on Voluntary Sentencing Guidelines for any agency or organization that may need it.
Information on sentencing practices in the District of Columbia.
Submit questions about appropriate sentences for individual cases.
Learn how to calculate a defendant’s prior criminal history score.
Learn how prior marijuana convictions are treated under the Guidelines.
Jul 21 2015
The DC Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission Welcomes its Newest Member, Judi Simon Garrett, Esq.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons has appointed Judi Simon Garrett, Assistant Director for Information...
Jun 15 2015
The Commission has released the 2015 Voluntary Sentencing Guidelines Manual . The 2015 Voluntary...
Jan 28 2015
The DC Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission Welcomes its Newest Members, William R. Martin, Esq. and The Honorable Kenyan McDuffie
With the start of a new year, the Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission welcomes two new...
Sep 30 2014
The Sentencing Commission Has Created a New Publication That Gives Individuals a Basic Understanding Of The Felony Sentencing Process In The District of Columbia Superior Court
The Sentencing Commission has created a new publication that gives individuals a basic...
Sep 11 2014
The DC Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission Welcomes Bryson Nitta as an Agency Law Clerk
The D.C. Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission welcomes Bryson Keaokaalelewa Nita as a...