November 6, 2005
What a sentencing week!
The past week started with an amazing manic Monday, and the sentencing action did not slow down very much the rest of the week. Here are some of the highlights from the week that was:
EXPLORING IF ALITO IS NEATO
- Alito it is ... this should get interesting
- Will Alito continue with the Constitution Project's Sentencing Initiative?
- A bit more Alito aliture
- Alito and the death penalty
- An intriguing view of Judge Alito's view of guideline sentencing
- Why some defendants hope Alito is like Scalia
BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Jamie Olis sentence overturned by the 5th Circuit!
- A reasonableness-free ruling from the 11th Circuit
- Thorough discussion of reasonableness in Seventh Circuit
- Second Circuit applies all the big Blakely exceptions
- First Circuit speaks to fact bargaining and a lot more
- Interesting HIV sentencing decision from the Fifth Circuit
OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- SLR issue on federal sentencing now on-line
- About the size of the population of Virginia
- More state disparity on juvenile offenses and prior conviction exception
- Will having a "tough" sentencing judge impact Lewis Libby's plea considerations?
November 6, 2005 at 01:11 AM | Permalink
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