May 7, 2005
The week that was
It's time again for a weekly wrap-up. You know the drill:
DISTRICT COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Judge Presnell assails DOJ (and pulls no punches)
- Can a post-Booker resentencing lead to a sentence increase?
- Reconsidering and resentencing
- Where the real Booker action can be found
- The more things change...
- Another high-profile Connecticut Booker variance
CIRCUIT COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- A musical summary of Booker appeals
- Same as it ever was...
- Judge Easterbrook spotlights fact/law distinction in prior conviction exception
- Third Circuit enforces appeal waiver post-Booker
- Further reflections on burdens of proof and acquitted conduct
- A dissent from circuit business as usual post-Booker
- 11th Circuit says juvenile offenses come within prior conviction exception
STATE BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Florida Supreme Court declares Apprendi is not to apply retroactively
- Two Oregon cases spotlight key Blakely issues
- Dancing around Gomez in New Jersey and Tennessee
SUPREME COURT DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- The weekly SCOTUS GVR report
- The waiting is the hardest part...
- Revised draft of Pondering Modern Sentencing Process
OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Fantastic reading around the blogsphere
- Constitutional challenge to AEDPA standards?
- Capital punishment in theory and practice
- Intriguing (high-profile) example of jury sentencing
- More perspectives on Massachusetts death penalty bill
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