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April 28, 2005

Big Ten Booker tour continues

I will likely be off-line throughout the day as I travel to the University of Illinois College of Law to participate in this terrific "roundtable" organized by Professor Margareth Etienne entitled "The Impact of Booker: A Dialogue Between Scholars and Practitioners."  (This trip rounds out my Big Ten Booker month after my sojourn to Minnesota Law School a few weeks ago; discussed here and here.)  The participants and plans for the Illinois roundtable have me very excited, and I hope late tonight to report on what I learn in Champaign.

In the meantime, as is my practice, I have assembled below links of major posts from what has already been a pretty busy week:

BOOKER FIX DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY (see also links here)

DISTRICT COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

APPELLATE COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

STATE SENTENCING BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

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Professor--

Just as an add-to on recent circuit developments, the Fifth Circuit (in which I am geographically practicing as a criminal defense lawyer)today came down with In re Elwood, No. 05-30269 (5th Cir. 4/28/05). Elwood holds that Booker is not retroactive within the meaning of Tyler and Teague such that it can be applied to successive habeas corpus petitions brought pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2255. Not a surprise, but nevertheless a development. . .

Posted by: Michael Hill | Apr 28, 2005 5:30:19 PM

actually looking for help ...I am entering criminal justice and I'm having problems finding the definitions for a few things...I'm looking for: 1983 lawsuit, sentencing big five, and aggravating sentencing?? Can anyone help me Please?

Katie

Posted by: katie | Dec 7, 2005 4:54:55 PM

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