May 15, 2006
Latest issue of FSR off to press
I am happy to announce that another issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter is about to go to press. This forthcoming issue (Volume 18, No. 3) is titled "Taking Stock a Year After Booker" and it follows up themes covered in these three recent FSR issues covering Booker and post-Booker developments:
- FSR Issue 17.4: The Booker Aftershock
- FSR Issue 17.5: Is a Booker Fix Needed?
- FSR Issue 18.2: Defense Perspectives on the Post-Booker World
(Regular readers may recall a Blakely interlude is all the Booker coverage through FSR Issue 18.1: State of Blakely in the States.)
My opening commentary to this latest FSR Booker issue, entitled "Now What? The Post-Booker Challenge for Congress and the Sentencing Commission," can be downloaded below. The full contents of this latest FSR issue are listed below, and the Federal Sentencing Reporter can be ordered here and accessed electronically here.
- Douglas A. Berman, Now What? The Post-Booker Challenge for Congress and the Sentencing Commission (Download fsr_18.3 Ed Obs.pdf)
- Lynn Adelman & Jon Deitrich, Disparity: Not a Reason to "Fix" Booker
- Mark Osler, Ball in a Cup: The Case for Stability and Patience
- Carissa Byrne Hessick, Prioritizing Policy Before Practice After Booker
- Stephen R. Sady, Guidelines Appeals: The Presumption of Reasonableness and Reasonable Doubt
- Adam Lamparello, The Unreasonableness of "Reasonableness" Review: Assessing Appellate Sentencing Jurisprudence After Booker
- Douglas A. Morris, FYI: Supervised Release and How the PROTECT Act Changed Supervised Release
- Evan Lee, Should the ALI Take a Position on Capital Punishment?
- U.S. Sentencing Commission, Executive Summary of Booker Report (March 2006)
- Judge Paul Cassell, Statement as Chairman of the Committee on Criminal Law on Behalf of the Judicial Conference of the United States (March 2006)
- U.S. Attorney William W. Mercer, Statement Before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Behalf of the United States Department of Justice (March 2006)
- The Constitution Project Sentencing Initiative, Principles For The Design And Reform Of Sentencing Systems: A Background Report (March 2006)
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