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August 31, 2005

A post-Booker burden of proof primer

I have already highlighted, in posts here and here, Judge Joseph Bataillon's significant recent discussion of due process and burdens of proof in US v. Okai, 2005 WL 2042301 (D. Neb. Aug. 22, 2005).  And, inspired by Steve Sady's effective coverage of Okai and these important topics in this post at the Ninth Circuit Blog, I have assembled below just some of my major post-Booker posts on burden of proof issues:

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