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March 21, 2006

Around the blogosphere

A number of interesting blogosphere items merit a spotlight tonight:

  • TalkLeft here praises the town of Covington, Kentucky for rejecting a bill that would limit sex offenders from living there.

  • White Collar Crime Prof Blog here comments thoughtfully on the white-collar sentencing aspects of the USSC's Booker report.

  • Criminal Appeal here discusses a "prior conviction" exception case argued before the California Supreme Court.

  • Back at TalkLeft here is an extended discussion of the on-going military sentencing hearing for the Abu Ghraib "dog handler."

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