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September 29, 2006

Friday afternoon around the blogosphere

Lots of great sentencing-related items around the blogosphere to make you feel like you are working while surfing on a Friday afternoon:

  • At PrawfBlawg here, Dan Markel rolls out the SSRn draft of his interesting co-authored paper entitled "Criminal Justice and the Challenge of Family Ties."  I read an early draft of this thought-provoking paper, and I am looking forward to finding time to read the latest iteration.
  • At Criminal Appeal here and here, Jonathan Soglin has interesting posts today on California's big prior-conviction decision McGee and on a court ruling about a pet-notification probation condition (which is also discussed here at The Volokh Conspiracy).   Jonathan also has this older post about the possible impact of Cunningham.
  • At Concurring Opinions here, Dan Filler discusses Dan Kahan's latest paper on shaming sanctions, which Filler describes as "a semi-recantation of his decade-old article, What Do Alternative Sanctions Mean."

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