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October 6, 2005

Hello, Cleveland!

Later today, I have the honor of giving the The 2005 Friedman & Gilbert Criminal Law Forum lecture at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.  As detailed here, my talk is entitled "Conceptualizing Booker: A Two-headed Monster or a Masterful Piece of Judicial Craftsmanship?"  I am about to jump in the car to drive up to the home of the the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and thus I will be off-line the rest of today.  Below I have linked some of this exciting week's posts:

SCOTUS DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

DEATH PENALTY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

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Make sure you don't get lost backstage!

Posted by: Rock on! | Oct 6, 2005 8:59:55 AM

Hello Cleveland, Rock & Roll!

Posted by: Brian | Oct 6, 2005 9:18:44 AM

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