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January 2, 2005

Sunday's stimulating sentencing stories

After reading about all the bowl games in the sports pages — how 'bout that Rose Bowl — there are a number of thought-provoking articles in today's newspapers:

January 2, 2005 at 10:10 AM | Permalink

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The Bazelon piece is interesting but awfully pro-prediction (despite the presence of Prof. Robinson's quote). As FSR notes, the issue is much more complicated. By the way, what was Prof. Epstein -- not a criminal law/sentencing person -- doing in that article??

Posted by: hmmm@hmmm.com | Jan 2, 2005 11:15:52 AM

Yes indeed, how about that Rose Bowl?! Hook 'em, baby!

Posted by: Scott | Jan 2, 2005 11:20:51 AM

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