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June 13, 2006

Lots of blogosphere death in the afternoon

Though Will Baude provides this great examination of the sparring between Justices Thomas and Stevens over the fate of Almendarez-Torres and the Second Circuit Sentencing Blog continues his great coverage of his chosen federal domain, the rest of the blogosphere is consumed with capital sentencing developments.  In alphabetical order:

  • ACSblog here discusses a Texas case to highlight race and disparity in the death penalty.
  • Althouse has a fascinating picture in this post about the Supreme Court's Hill decision.
  • Concurring Opinions has posts on death in Alabama (here and here) and on Hill here.
  • Decision of the Day reports here on a notable split Sixth Circuit ruling on a capital habeas appeal.
  • PrawfsBlawg has this post on the Supreme Court's House decision.

June 13, 2006 at 05:16 PM | Permalink


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