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May 5, 2006

Weekend reading (as I head back to off-line land)

After an amazingly stimulating day with Judge Nancy Gertner and her amazingly stimulating students in her Yale Law School sentencing class, I am heading back to off-line land until probably late Sunday.  Fortunately, the circuit courts and others have allowed me to leave behind a lot of weekend sentencing reading (since my last re-cap) for those who can be on-line:

NON-BOOKER STUFF

BOOKER STUFF

May 5, 2006 at 06:23 PM | Permalink

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