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October 26, 2005

Around the blogosphere

Well, no indictments today, so instead we all have time to obsess over the Miers-o-Meter and also to check out these interesting sentencing-related posts around the blogosphere:

  • T Chris at TalkLeft is here discussing an effort by the Justice Department to push through a bill that would "permit repeated death trials in federal cases."

  • Michael Ausbrook at INCourts here has an interesting post about a retroactivity ruling from Indiana which Michael reads as perhaps supporting Blakely's retroactivity.

  • Folks at PrawsBlawg and Crescat are talking about orders imposed on sex offenders not to participate in Halloween festivities.

October 26, 2005 at 09:33 PM | Permalink


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