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March 6, 2006

Of interest in the Monday morning papers

Another work week brings another set of interesting stories to read and follow:

  • The Cherry Hill Courier Post has this interesting article discussing the efficacy of sex offender registration and notification laws.

  • CBS News provides this helpful Q & A about the capital sentencing trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, which is due to get started today now that jury selection is complete.  (For more background, check out pieces from USA Today and the AP.)

  • Charles Lane at the Washington Post has this notable piece about the influence of clerks on the Supreme Court.

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