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December 10, 2005

Still more interesting federal sentencing tales

As detailed in this post, the past week started with a number of fascinating federal sentencings on Monday.  And the stories linked below highlight that the week also ended with more of the same:

Of course, all these sentencings noted here and in prior posts from this week represent only about 1% of the more than 1000 sentences handed out each week in the federal courts.  I often like to joke that criminals (not to mention politicians) will always make sure I have a job.

December 10, 2005 at 01:28 PM | Permalink

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