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March 31, 2006

SL&P annotated (thanks to Prof. Filler)

Proferssor Dan Filler, blogging over at Concurring Opinions, has a pair of terrific sentencing-related posts that follow-up on stories/documents noted here last week.  Everyone should check out:

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A Massachusetts newspaper reports that police need computers to decide whether a drug offense took place in a school zone:

Quote: "A lot of people think of (a violation of) the school zone as dealing drugs to kids," said [detective] Fawkes. "But that’s not my concern."

Posted by: John Carr | Apr 3, 2006 8:42:48 AM

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