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July 24, 2005

Week in review

The week ahead has the exciting sentencing events of oral argument in Ohio's Blakely cases and a Booker panel at the ACS conference, and I suspect the buzzing over the nomination of John Roberts will continue at a fever pitch.  (My major posts exploring how a Justice Roberts might impact the Supreme Court's criminal sentencing jurisprudence are all linked here, and a related article is discussed here.)   And the week just completed, as detailed below, included other noteworthy sentencing developments.

LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER CIRCUIT COURT DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

July 24, 2005 at 09:42 PM | Permalink

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