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March 18, 2005

Another celebrity sentencing update

Following up on the high-profile cases discussed here yesterday, this Washington Post article indicates that Martha Stewart's lawyers did ask the Second Circuit to remand her case for resentencing.  Martha's case would certainly make for an interesting Booker resentencing if it were to come to pass.  [UPDATE: The press is now reporting (see here and here) that the Second Circuit issued a Crosby remand for resentencing in Martha's case.]

In the meantime, we have former Connecticut Governor Rowland's scheduled sentencing today for Booker intrigue.  The New York Times has coverage here, and NY Newsday has lots more details about the case in pieces here and here and here.

March 18, 2005 at 08:09 AM | Permalink

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I am a studend at International Business College and I have to do a report for Business Law. I wanted to do one on how celebrity gets different treatment than a regular person.

Posted by: Alisse Norton | Aug 12, 2005 1:39:56 PM

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