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May 24, 2006

Latest FSR issue now on-line

The latest issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter (Volume 18, No. 3), which is entitled "Taking Stock a Year After Booker" and discussed in this post, is now available on-line through the Caliber service at this linkFSR's publisher has kindly made these two articles from the issue available free on-line:

  • Lynn Adelman & Jon Deitrich, Disparity: Not a Reason to "Fix" Booker (available here)
  • Adam Lamparello, The Unreasonableness of "Reasonableness" Review: Assessing Appellate Sentencing Jurisprudence After Booker (available here)

Details on other recent FSR issues:

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