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January 17, 2005

A buzzing Booker blogsphere

I am back on-line after a long drive home from North Carolina, and I am pleased to find the blogsphere a buzz with Booker:

  • Howard Bashman at How Appealing has Monday's round-up of newspaper articles and editorials on Booker linked here.  (See also Potent Quotables for more of same.)

  • Peter Henning at White Collar Crime Prof Blog has a post here suggesting that "in the public corruption area the effect of Booker may be increased sentences."  (See also the article linked at Morning Booker insights.)

  • Tom Lincoln at the PRACDL Blog has a post here providing all the basic highlights of Booker, as well as this post with the full text of 18 USC 3553(a) which Justice Breyer made the centerpiece of post-Booker sentencing. (See also links and pieces at Booker basics and more commentary.)

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