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June 17, 2005

Case review from the defender blogs

The federal defender blogs have a number of recent posts covering a number of recent Booker rulings of note:

  • The Second Circuit Blog here discusses the Second Circuit's recent Fruchter ruling on forfeitures and Booker (which I previously discussed in this post).
  • The Third Circuit Blog here notes the Third Circuit's recent Hill ruling on alternative sentences and Booker (which I previously noted in this post).
  • The Ninth Circuit Blog here and the PRACDL Blog here discuss Judge Gertner's recent Malouf decision on burdens of proof (which I previously discussed in this post).
  • The Tenth Circuit Blog discusses here and here two Tenth Circuit cases applying its tough plain error standards.

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