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April 26, 2005

Many more Booker circuit rulings of note

Though the latest Fourth Circuit ruling on plain error in White (discussed here) seems likely to be the most noteworthy circuit Booker decision today, I see fellow bloggers have noted some other recent circuit sentencing action.  Appellate Law & Practice today notes sentencing rulings in the First, Second and Fifth Circuits, and White Collar Crime Prof Blog has details here on a Seventh Circuit decision in United States v. Bownes by Judge Posner discussing appeal waivers post-Booker.  Because of the subject and the author Bownes (available here) is at the top of my evening reading list.

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