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May 27, 2005

Going back for a long weekend

As detailed in this post, while Booker-mania wraps up today in San Francisco, I am going back to Old Nassau for a long weekend of festivities.  Though I hope to be on-line every so often, blogging will likely be light for the next few days.  In the meantime, we can all catch up on the endless reading list (which this Columbia Law Review issue will lengthen), as well as all of this past week's developments:

DISTRICT COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

CIRCUIT COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

SUPREME COURT DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

STATE BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

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