Judge Carlton Reeves could soon be the first Black chair of National Sentencing Commission

Judge Carlton Reeves could soon become the first Black chair of the National Sentencing Commission. President Biden announced that this federal judge from Mississippi among a group of nominees. According to USA.gov, The U.S. Sentencing Commission studies and develops sentencing policies for the federal courts. The Commission serves as an information resource for Congress, the executive, the courts and the public on matters relating to federal crime and sentencing as well. The Mississippi Free press reports that Biden nominated U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves of the Southern District of Mississippi to lead this…