October 24, 2005
Why the blogosphere is addictive
The goings on throughout the blogosphere really seem amazing today. Of course, all the Miers talk has much of my attention: see my prior post here, as well as additional insights from Jack Balkin, TalkLeft and Rick Hasen. But if you suffer from Miers fatigue, consider:
- Both CrimLaw and Crime & Federalism have comments on the interesting article I noted earlier about the voting patterns of SCOTUS Justices in criminal cases.
- How Appealing has the news here of a high profile death warrant being issued in California.
- White Collar Crime Prof blog has the news here of a maximum 5-year sentence in a mail fraud case.
- And, to bring this post full circle, today brings lots of interesting talk over at Concurring Opinions here and here about the influence of bloggers.
October 24, 2005 at 06:14 PM | Permalink
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Doc, do you suspect the color of the Sentencing Guidelines manual had any influence on this week's BCS rankings?
How 'bout them Horns, huh? Hope they don't jinx us. :-)
Posted by: Scott | Oct 25, 2005 9:01:46 AM