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January 22, 2005

More Booker (and Blakely) news and commentaries

The newspapers and news magazines continue to cover and comment on various aspects of the Booker decision.  Here's a run down of just some of the pieces that have caught my attention today:

  • Continuing the editorial page praise of Booker (noted here and here and here), the Toledo Blade here has a strong piece on the Supreme Court's "Double, But Clear, Vision."

  • Providing local assessments of Booker, with interesting quotes from judges and litigants, are newspaper articles from Arkansas and Iowa.

  • Contributing deeper reflections on Booker and its place in the broader story of sentencing reform are a terrific set of pieces in Newsweek, Time, the New Republic and at law.com.

  • And in Blakely news, here is an article from Washington state detailing that local officials are still struggling with the meaning and impact of Booker's predecessor.

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Thanks for the information.

Posted by: mark | Jan 25, 2005 11:34:40 PM

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