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March 24, 2005

Anyone counting all the Booker remands and affirmances?

The US Sentencing Commission, as documented by its latest data report, continues to do a great job tracking post-Booker sentencing outcomes in the district courts.  But, especially in light of the circuit split on plain error and all the recent circuit action (recent examples here and here and here), I am getting eager to see some post-Booker circuit data analysis.

Today's happenings would add a lot more data, since I see:

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