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February 21, 2005

Perspectives on sex offender sentencing and treatment

In recent Booker-related posts here and here, I have stressed the importance of focusing upon data rather than anecdote when assessing federal sentencing post-Booker.  In an interesting post here, TalkLeft spotlights this very important issue in the context of sex offender sentencing and treatment.  In addition to encouraging a review of that post, here are some earlier related posts on sex offender sentencing:

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