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September 9, 2005

Around the blogosphere

While I was in transit to North Carolina, still more interesting items hit the blogosphere. So, once you have made it through this prior link list, consider checking out these matters:

  • Mike has this post at Crime & Federalism noting a significant Ninth Circuit ruling allowing a 1983 suit to go forward involving a prisoner's claim of a constitutional right for post-conviction access to DNA evidence.

  • Scott has this post at Grits for Breakfast linking and discussing an interesting sounding report entitled "Restorative Justice in Texas: Past, Present and Future."

  • S. COTUS has this post at Appellate Law & Practice on a noteworthy opinion on the loss calculations from the First Circuit.

September 9, 2005 at 12:36 AM | Permalink


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