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October 2, 2005

Some September sentencing highlights

With the start of classes and a lot of other stuff going on, I have not been able to do the weekly reviews that were common over the summer (recent examples here and here and here).  But I was able to find a bit of time this afternoon to review some September sentencing highlights.

SCOTUS DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

BOOKER/BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

October 2, 2005 at 07:46 PM | Permalink

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