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June 6, 2006

Around the blogosphere, Supreme Court style

There are lots of interesting items around the blogosphere with a Supreme Court theme:

  • Hanno Kaiser at the Law & Society Blog has this extended post on Arizona v. Berger, the recent Arizona Supreme Court decision upholding a first offender's 200-year sentence for downloading child porn (basics here, commentary here).
  • Howard Bashman at How Appealing links to this Denver Post article discussing the Colorado Supreme Court's decision to take up a case concerning parolee voting rights.

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