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January 22, 2007

Busy non-capital sentencing times

January has already been quite a sentencing month.  Though death penalty issues are capturing a lot of attention (details here and here and here), the sentencing news has been dynamic on many fronts.  Because I am always eager to ensure capital stories do not eclipse other developments, here is a recap of some of this month's non-capital highlights:

SCOTUS DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

STATE SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

SEX OFFENDER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

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