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January 29, 2005

More post-Booker reports in the papers

Yet again there are lots of reports in newspapers about post-Booker federal sentencings (some previous stories are assembled here and here).  Though we get a much fuller view of Booker's impact and meaning from written opinions (such as the thoughtful work in Judge Pratt's Myers opinion), these articles still are quite revealing:

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