Sentencing the Wolf of Wall Street — White Collar Crime Prof Blog

I have just released a new article discussing the sentencing of Jordan Belfort, better known as the “Wolf of Wall Street.”  I use this case as a mechanism for considering how white collar sentencing has evolved from the 1980s until today.  In particular, the article examines the growth in uncertainty and inconsistency in sentences received by major white collar offenders over this period of time and considers some of the reasons for this trend.  The article also examines the impact of recent amendments adopted by the U.S. Sentencing Commission on white collar sentences.

via Sentencing the Wolf of Wall Street — White Collar Crime Prof Blog.