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November 5, 2006

Recapping reasonableness review rush

Friday afternoon brought the exciting news that the Supreme Court has finally decided to take up Booker reasonableness issues through cert grants in Claiborne and Rita.  Here is a recap of the Friday rush of posts (many with valuable comments) that this news produced:

I still have not yet seen the cert petitions in these case or the transcripts of the sentencings in the district courts.  I'll be grateful to anyone sending these materials my way, and I'll be sure to post anything significant I receive electronically.

November 5, 2006 at 01:20 PM | Permalink

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