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September 11, 2005

Roberts rev up

I have done a few dozen posts on Justice Roberts and sentencing issues since his initial nomination.  Though it seems unlikely that sentencing issues (except perhaps the death penalty) will take center stage during the Senate confirmation hearings scheduled to start tomorrow, I have still assembled below some highlights of my Roberts' coverage:

Though my day job will keep me from following all the Roberts action during the hearings, Howard at How Appealing and the folks at The Supreme Court Nomination Blog will surely provide more coverage and analysis than anyone could reasonably hope for.

September 11, 2005 at 08:40 PM | Permalink

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