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November 29, 2004

New Booker/Fanfan resources

Perhaps it is a sign that others, like me, expect to see Booker and Fanfan handed down soon: I now count two web pages already (pre)covering the Booker/Fanfan story. 

As noted before, the US Sentencing Commmission has earned my kudos for having created this designated webpage for Booker and Fanfan materials.   And now I see that the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers has this special webpage here described as the NACDL's Booker/Fanfan and Federal Sentencing Press Room.

One of many items of interest on the NACDL site (and one I have been meaning to post) is this recent letter to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees from NACDL and other organizations opposing any hasty legislative fix in the wake of a decision in Booker and Fanfan.

November 29, 2004 at 01:37 AM | Permalink

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