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September 30, 2005

Around the blogosphere on a friday afternoon

To close out an exciting week (at least for baseball fans), I see a lot of interesting items around the blogosphere:

  • At INCourts, Michael Ausbrook has the goods here and here on the cert briefing coming from Indiana's Smylie case, which concerns the applicability of Blakely to consecutive sentencing.

  • From How Appealing, this link connects you to a news story and an opinion from Nebraska which invalidates a sentence because the legislature went too far during a special session convened to respond to the Supreme Court's Ring ruling.

  • Over at PrawfsBlawg, Kaimi Wenger asks in this post about the constitutionality of Texas judge's  probation condition that a 17-year-old drug offender "not have sex as long as she is living with her parents and attending school."

  • Professor Jack Balkin here is talking up blogs as scholarship (responding to The Faculty Blog forthcoming from the Chicago law faculty).  Faithful readers might recall that I recently riffed here and here on this topic when guest-blogging at PrawfsBlawg.

September 30, 2005 at 03:37 PM | Permalink


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I think the NE case is found here: http://court.nol.org/opinions/2005/september/sept30/s04-576.htm

Posted by: S.cotus | Sep 30, 2005 3:48:55 PM

Thanks; now we have two versions.

Posted by: Doug B. | Sep 30, 2005 3:58:47 PM

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