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February 28, 2006

Latest FSR Issue on post-Booker world

I am pleased to announce that another issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter has gone to press.  This latest issue continues the Booker beat —  recently covered in issues examining "The Booker Aftershock" and "Is a Booker Fix Needed?" — with a focus on "Defense Perspectives on the Post- Booker World."  (Recall that, as detailed here, another recent FSR issue zeroes in on the state Blakely scene.)

Below I have listed this latest issue's contents and also made my Editor's Observations, entitled "Perspectives on the Booker's Potential," available for download.  General information about ordering FSR can be found here and the journal can accessed electronically here.   

EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS

ARTICLES AND RELATED MATERIALS

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS

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