June 1, 2005
Off to San Antonio
I have to complement the Ninth Circuit for its great timing: it was kind enough to issue Ameline only a matter of hours before I have a long trip to San Antonio to partipate in the National Seminar for Federal Defenders taking place there this week. Consequently, I have (still more) reading material for the airplane ride (and with the recent Ohio decisions), and everyone else has Ameline to digest (along with all the other recent posts since this previous update) while blogging slows down for the next few days.
- Cutter, Andersen, another capital grant and Booker GVRs
- A capital waste of time?
- Deeper thoughts on Marsh and sentencing burdens of proof
- Morning coverage of SCOTUS work
- Religion, sentencing and corrections
- Great media coverage of the post-Booker world
- Reports of notable NY resentencings
- More details on Pabon Cruz resentencing
- Bevy of notable Booker circuit rulings
- Ninth Circuit issues Ameline!
- Latest development in Ohio's Blakely story
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