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November 8, 2006

A prosecutorial perspective on Booker

I was recently sent this link to a fascinating Booker resource: the September 2006 issue of the US Attorneys' Bulletin, which has a series of articles on Booker written from a prosecutorial perspective.  Here are the articles you will find:

  • Booker 101 by Ed Hagen
  • Responding to the Fast-Track Disparity Argument by Paul W. Hahn
  • Preparing for a Sentencing Hearing by Lori A. Hendrickson
  • The Presumption of Reasonableness for Within-Guidelines Sentences by Elizabeth A. Olson
  • Guideline "Departures" at Sentencing by Robert Don Gifford
  • Off The Beaten Path: A Case Study of Unusual Post-Booker Litigation In United States v. Harper by Traci L. Kenner

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