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June 23, 2006

Around the blogosphere

I am back at my home computer, and I see plenty worth reading around the blogosphere:

  • Orin Kerr has this lengthy post on Thursday's interesting SCOTUS ruling in Dixon on the duress defense in federal law.
  • Kent Scheidegger explores here whether and how the SCOTUS ruling on PLRA exhaustion in Woodford v. Ngo could possibly impact lethal injection litigation.
  • Joel Jacobsen explains here how Justice Scalia's work on the Confrontation Clause shows he is truly a believer in a living Constitution.

Also, there are lots and lots of interesting new posts on criminal law and sentencing topics at:

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