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August 10, 2005

ACS panel discussion on Booker now on-line

I am back home in Ohio, though my mind is still racing from all the terrific issues and idea that came up during the NASC Conference (which I will discuss in posts to come).  I return to see that, as detailed here at the ACSBlog, the American Constitution Society now has available the video of its plenary session, "Sentencing After Booker and Blakely: How Much Has Changed?" from the ACS 2005 National Convention.  The panel discussion, which can be accessed here, is ably moderated by Jeff Fisher and has federal Judges Michael McConnell, Joseph Bataillon, David Coar, Marsha Berzon, Nancy Gertner and David Hamilton discussing the practical impact of the Booker and Blakely decisions on federal criminal sentencing.

I am quite pleased and bemused that Judge Hamilton starts his remarks, just after the 29 minute mark of the video, by saying that, after Booker was handed down, "a lot of the blogging focused on the song by The Who, Won't Get Fooled Again."  I believe Judge Hamilton is referring to this post and this post.

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