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December 2, 2005

The state of Booker appeals in the 11th Circuit

Law.com this morning has this article discussing the state of Booker appeals in the 11th Circuit.  The article reviews the interesting concurrences this week from Judge Tjoflat (discussed here) and Judge Carnes (discussed here).  The article also interestingly notes that the "11th Circuit has handled nearly 1,100 decisions in the past 10 months that pertain to Booker, according to a Lexis database search."

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