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November 2, 2005

More on Alito the prosecutor and Alito on the death penalty

As I predicted here last week when the Alito buzz started, Judge Alito's criminal law background ensures that pre-hearing debate and the confirmation hearings will focus on criminal justice issues a lot more than we saw with Harriet Miers and with John Roberts.  Consider this proof:

I recently discussed Alito and the death penalty in this post, and additional coverage of Judge Alito through a criminal-justice lens is assembled here.

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