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November 20, 2005

Lots to read in the papers

This morning brings a lot of interesting sentencing items in the newspapers on topics ranging from white-collar offenses to the death panalty:

  • The Chicago Tribune has this extended article on white-collar sentencing, which effectively explores a range of key issues.  For more coverage of this topic, check out recent posts here and here and here.

  • The LA Times also has this extended review of Judge Alito's work as a circuit judge in the Rompilla, a case in which the Supreme Court overturned a death sentence that Alito upheld.  For more coverage of this topic, check out recent posts here and here and here.

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