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December 26, 2005

Around the blogosphere

Even on the tail end of a long holiday weekend, the blogosphere provides plenty of interest for criminal justice fans:

  • CrimProf Blog notes here that its own Mark Godsey will be on Larry King Live tonight at 9pm to talk about a remarkable DNA exoneration.

  • White Collar Crim Prof Blog explores here whether, with a trial approaching, former Enron Chief Accounting Officer Richard Causey might be about to plead guilty.

  • How Appealing links here to a number of interesting stories about death penalty developments in California.

  • SCOTUSblog notes here that it has filed a petition seeking cert. on an interesting little sentencing issue (not involving Blakely/Booker) that has divided the circuits.

December 26, 2005 at 02:16 PM | Permalink


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