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March 5, 2006

Of interest around the blogosphere

A quick tour around the blogosphere reveals more than of few items of interest:

  • Grits for Breakfast discusses here a capital case reversal where prosecutors improperly withheld a confession.  Capital Defense Weekly has more on the case here.

  • Crime & Federalism details here the perils of federal plea bargaining.

  • White Collar Crime Prof Blog here compares the sentence of former Representative Randy Cunningham (details here) to those of other notable white-collar federal defendants.

  • The WSJ Blog reports here on the distinctive sentencing of Michael Rigas for his relatively small role in the Adelphia frauds.

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