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November 27, 2005

Terrific blogosphere follow-up

I see that some terrific blogs have terrific follow-up on some sentencing stories I have covered recently:

  • Over at the White Collar Crime Prof Blog, Ellen Podgor has this extensive post thoughtfully discussing recent trends in white-collar crime sentencing.  Her post follows up recent posts here noting a Chicago Tribune article on the topic and this post asking whether white-collar offender are getting the most post-Booker breaks.

  • Over at Crime & Federalism, Mike has this thoughtful post commenting on the scheduled execution of California death row inmate Stanley "Tookie" Williams and his case for clemency.  His post follows up my recent Tookie coverage here and here and here.

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