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November 16, 2006

FSR pieces on Claiborne and Rita issues

As I previously noted here, the Federal Sentencing Reporter has already published a number of pieces about reasonableness review after Booker.  In addition, of course, FSR has run many pre-Booker articles on topics that relate to the facts and issues before the Supreme Court in Claiborne and Rita (lots of background here).  At my request, a terrific research assistant assembled for me a list of some of FSR's recent coverage of issues related to the Claiborne and Rita cases, and I have provided this mini-bibliography for downloading below.  (The Federal Sentencing Reporter can be ordered here and accessed electronically here.)

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