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October 31, 2005

A bit more Alito aliture

Both the media and the blogosphere are, of course, providing plenty of Alito nourishment.  Here are some of the items I think sentencing fans might find most interesting:

  • This AP article discusses in depth Alito's work as a prosecutor before becoming a judge.

  • At White Collar Crim Prof Blog here, Peter Henning looks at Alito's work in the white-collar arena.

  • Mike at Crime & Federalism here asks the interesting question "has there ever been a Supreme Court so filled with intellectual heavyweights?"

For broader background, the ACS blog has this bio with lots of links, and Is That Legal? and PrawfsBlawg have intriguing insights.  Also, the NY Times here has lots and lots of blog links (including to this little ole' blog).  To have it all in one place, below is my recent Alito commentary:

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Hi I am just curios about this. This is my question if a person who was arrested 12 years ago of drug related problems and who was not legal in New York can they come back to New York or the united states and if so what do they have to do.please answer this question

Posted by: carmen | Oct 31, 2005 9:11:25 PM

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