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June 16, 2006

Article about above-guideline federal sentences

Though I cannot provide a link, I can still encourage everyone to get access to today's New York Law Journal where Alan Vinegrad and Douglas Bloom have an article highlighting the increase in above-the-range sentences after Booker.  The article provides a few examples of cases in which judges went above the applicable guideline range citing Booker or 3553(a).

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