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October 19, 2006

Booker reasonableness breakfast

As noted here at the Second Circuit Sentencing Blog, this morning from 9am to 10am, the Washington Legal Foundation is hosting in DC a program entitled: "A 'Reasonable' Reaction?: Judicial Review of Criminal Sentences after Booker v. U.S."   As detailed in this invitation, the speakers are  Ronald Tenpas, who is Associate Deputy AG in the DOJ, and Carmen Hernandez, who is President-Elect of the NACDL, and a continental breakfast will be served at this "media nosh." 

If you cannot get to DC for Booker and bagels, a live webcast is available from the WLF website here.

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