March 4, 2005
What a sentencing week!
I predicted March Madness in the world of sentencing, but this week alone has brought more sentencing news of note than I ever could imagine. In addition to all the news I've post here, How Appealing and the SCOTUSblog have had lots of Roper items of late, and this afternoon I see How Appealing also provides links here to an important Ninth Circuit three strikes decision and here to an important Eleventh Circuit prisoner rights decision. (Readers can guess the outcomes based on the circuits.)
Simply in order to help me organize this amazing start to March, below I continue my tradition (as established here and here and here and here and here) of linking some recent posts. (I hope regular readers might report in the comments if you find this tradition more annoying than valuable).
BOOKER CIRCUIT COURT DEVELOPMENTS
- Intra-circuit split in the First Circuit
- The 5th Circuit is silent no more!
- More interesting Booker remands from the Sixth Circuit
- Contrasting circuit approaches to GVRs
- More rapid remands on Booker grounds
OTHER BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- The price of justice (aka the costs of Booker)
- The fate and future of appeal waivers?
- Judge Gertner speaks on Booker!
- Judge Adelman strikes again
- Martha reportedly says: "I just hate these sentencing guidelines."
- Judicial perspectives on Booker
STATE BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Alaska's Blakely fix
- Tennessee's "official" Blakely fix
- Interesting NASC newsletter
- The state Blakely beat
ROPER DECISION AND COMMENTARY
- Administering Roper
- More Roper thoughts and the development of state constitutional law
- Roper around the blogsphere
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[snip for TB] KEYWORD REFERENTS: Blakely; Booker; Berman, Douglas; Sentencing Law and Policy [/snip] This post is probably better suited for Dikigoros.net, but given the level of enthusiasm, it's probably more appropriate for here. I have a really cool... [Read More]
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