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November 1, 2006

Around the blogosphere

Here is more proof I am the ultimate law geek: after a fascinating day in DC discussing the criminal history rules of the federal guidelines, I am winding down with a tour around the legal blogosphere.  And, as often happens, there is a lot worth checking out:

  • Grits for Breakfast here thoughtfully wonders why Texas's recedivism rates are so low.
  • SCOTUSblog here has a terrific report on today's argument over Crawford retroactivity.
  • How Appealing here reports on the latest Sixth Circuit death penalty debate.
  • Law Librarian Blog here discusses a great new book by Travis McDade "about a rare book crime and the unique federal sentence that stemmed from it."

UPDATE: The NY Times has this article about the Sixth Circuit death penalty case noted by How Appealing.

November 1, 2006 at 05:47 PM | Permalink

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