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May 31, 2006

Around the blogosphere

Lots of sentencing related stuff worth checking out around the blogosphere:

  • Ellen Podgor at White Collar Crime Prof Blog ruminates a bit here on the upcoming Enron sentencings (which I've already covered at length).  Also, the Conglomerate folks have assembled an all-star group for an on-line symposium about the Enron convictions, though I doubt sentencing issue will be discussed much.
  • Speaking of thought-provoking, Blonde Justice has this interesting post exploring when someone might sensibly choose to go to jail rather than complete certain alternative sentencing programs.

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