November 7, 2006
Latest OSJCL issue with lots of sentencing coverage
As first noted here, the Fall 2006 issue of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law includes a symposium on state sentencing after Blakely. I am now pleased to report that the entire Fall 2006 OSJCL issue is available on-line here. As detailed below, among a number of terrific pieces in this issue, there are some death penalty articles (as well as the Blakely symposium articles) that ought to be of great interest to sentencing fans:
Blakely Symposium Articles:
- Douglas A. Berman & Steven L. Chanenson, The Real (Sentencing) World: State Sentencing in the Post-Blakely Era
- Douglas A. Berman & Stephanos Bibas, Making Sentencing Sensible
- Richard S. Frase, Blakely in Minnesota, Two Years Out: Guidelines Sentencing is Alive and Well
- Michael A. Wolff, Missouri's Information-Based Discretionary Sentencing System
Death Penalty Articles:
- Eric M. Freedman, Fewer Risks, More Benefits: What Governments Gain by Acknowledging the Right to Competent Counsel on State Post-Conviction Review in Capital Cases
- Rory K. Little, The Eyes of the Beholders
- Jeffrey Fagan, Death and Deterrence Redux: Science, Law, and Causal Reasoning on Capital Punishment
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The article by Michael Wolff on Missouri sentencing is awesome.
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Parent of a crack cocaine federal sentencee.
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thank you in advance for your help, if any.
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