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January 15, 2006

Circuits grabbing the sentencing headlines

In my January preview, I did not think to highlight that federal circuit courts would be continuing to issue Booker and other notable sentencing opinions.  Ever since the plain error split became entrenched, second half of last year did not bring that many exciting sentencing opinions from the federal circuits.  But, as detailed below, 2006 has already brought a lot of noteworthy circuit sentencing action:

CIRCUITS FILLING OUT REASONABLENESS REVIEW

OTHER IMPORTANT CIRCUIT SENTENCING RULINGS

January 15, 2006 at 10:11 AM | Permalink

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