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February 27, 2006

More on California sentencing

Though I am most intrigued by the Blakely fate of California's sentencing system (background here and here), the traditional media continues to follow other interesting California sentencing stories:

  • The Christian Science Monitor has this article on the proposed initiatives in California to reform the state's tough three-strikes law. (Prior recent coverage here.)

  • The Sacramento Bee, continuing its series on California's drug sentencing laws, has this article today headlined, "Drug law's failures spur get-tough call: Battle looms over effort to crack down."

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