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April 3, 2006

Two thoughtful (and unlinkable) reviews of the post-Booker world

This morning brings two interesting articles on the post-Booker world from the Daily Business Review and the National JournalUnfortunately, it seems that neither is freely available on-line. 

The former article, titled "Not so free after all," is effectively summarized here by David Oscar Markus at the Southern District of Florida Blog.  It is primarily focused on the post-Booker world in South Florida. The latter article, which is titled "Sentences: Run-On or Reduced?," covers the national scene more fully and highlights again why Booker fix buzz is not likely to subside anytime soon.

UPDATE:  The Daily Business Review article is now available via law.com at this link.  It is a long and comprehensive article that covers a lot of ground effectively and includes a number of interesting quotes.

April 3, 2006 at 11:42 AM | Permalink


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