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June 21, 2005

Recapping a manic Monday

Perhaps providing a sign that we are in for another stunning summer, this week started off at a manic pace with sentencing action from all quarters on Monday.  Because so much happened, I did not even have time to report that there were notable Booker decisions from the Fourth, Eighth and Eleventh Circuits on Monday.  But because I do not think any of the circuit rulings were ground-breaking, these other Monday developments still merit the most attention:

SUPREME COURT DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

STATE BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

DISTRICT COURT BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

June 21, 2005 at 02:21 AM | Permalink

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