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December 3, 2005

Around the blogosphere

Lots of interesting items to be found around the blogosphere.  Let's go alphabetically:

  • At the ACSBlog, this post by Michael Mannheimer asks, "Is Alito the State's Advocate in Criminal Cases?"

  • At PrawfsBlawg, this post by Will Baude follows up on this debate over a special capital court and also has some interesting comments about the President's pardon power.

  • At SCOTUSblog, this post does a great job previewing the habeas case that SCOTUS will hear on Monday.

  • At SW Virginia law blog, this post discusses and reflects on a notable recent application of a federal mandatory sentencing term.

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