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June 22, 2005

Great Booker coverage on the defender blogs

Especially since I can no longer keep up with all the Booker circuit action, the federal defender blogs (as well as, of course, Appellate Law & Practice and How Appealing) are especially important resources for discussion of and commentary on important Booker rulings.  Those blogs are all assembled here, and some recent noteworthy posts include:

  • This post from the Second Circuit Blog discussing important dicta in a recent case concerning the scope of the prior conviction exception.

  • This post from the Third Circuit Blog on Booker remands in that circuit.

  • This post from the Defense Newsletter Blog (which covers the 11th Circuit) on a recent disposition of a Booker claim that the Supreme Court GVRed.  And, speaking of the 11th Circuit, How Appealing has this news of reversals of probation sentences given to two ex-HealthSouth executives.

June 22, 2005 at 04:34 PM | Permalink

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