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January 13, 2005

Additional Booker thoughts from the blogsphere

I collected a lot of the early blogsphere commentary on Booker in this post, but now there are additional great insights coming from:

  • Blakely blog here (so nice to have him back)
  • White Collar Crime Prof blog here
  • Law Dork here
  • Crim Law here
  • Sheridan: Con Law here

In addition, though not really qualifying as blogs, both FAMM here and the Sentencing Project here have helpful reviews of the Booker ruling.

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