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July 22, 2006

Short circuited while on the road

While on the road the last two weeks, I have not been able to follow federal circuit court sentencing decisions with any regularity.  I have been alerted to a few notable dispositions, discussed here, but I am sure I have missed some important action.

The goal of this post is to ask reader to use to comments to report any significant rulings from July that should not be overlooked.  Thanks for your help.

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Anyone who litigates sentencing issues in the Ninth Circuit should be aware of this case: http://circuit9.blogspot.com/2006/07/case-o-week-beezers-booker-broadside.html.

Posted by: Bobbie | Jul 22, 2006 11:09:53 PM

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