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April 17, 2005

More interesting district court Booker action

After a few weeks of more Booker circuit action than I can handle (evidenced here), I am pleased to see that the district courts are again contributing some interesting opinions in the post-Booker world.  As detailed here, Judge Gertner at the end of last week expounded on acquitted conduct post-Booker with a potent decision in US v. Pimental, No. 99-10310-NG (D. Mass. Apr. 15, 2005).  And now I see on-line a number of other interesting district court opinions from last week:

April 17, 2005 at 02:40 AM | Permalink

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