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August 17, 2005

Morning tour around the blogosphere

More than a few sentencing-related item around the blogosphere caught my eye this morning:

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Just an update on the Ninth Circuit blog's take on U.S. v. Dupas, No. 04-50055. The 9th issued an amended opinion yesterday (8/16/05) removing the "resonable doubt ... foreclosed by Ameline" and "Ameline precludes the court from relying on factual statements in the PSR ... only if defendant 'contests the factual basis of a PSR'" language in footnote 5. The 9th instead left the issues for "the district court to decide in the first instance."

Cynthia S. Hahn, AFPD
Reno, NV

Posted by: Cynthia Hahn | Aug 17, 2005 12:47:31 PM

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