June 21, 2005
So much sentencing news in the papers
Unsurprisingly, after a manic Monday of remarkable sentencing developments, the morning newspapers have lots of stories covering the day's many happennings. Here is just a sample:
- Covering the Rompilla capital ruling from the Supreme Court, here are pieces from the New York Times and a collection of others pieces (thanks to How Appealing), and the Washington Post provides this helpful collection of major SCOTUS death penalty rulings this term.
- Covering the Rigas sentencings, here are pieces from the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times.
- Covering the California Supreme Court's Black decision, here is piece from the San Francisco Chronicle.
- Covering the decision by SCOTUS to deny cert on Booker plain error in Rodriguez, here is a piece from the Wall Street Journal.
June 21, 2005 at 10:21 AM | Permalink
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