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November 11, 2005

More intriguing white-collar anecdotes

In this recent post, I continued my speculation that white-collar offenders may be the biggest beneficiaries of the new sentencing discretion Booker gives to federal judges.  In this vein, I noticed a number of interesting news stories this morning:

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