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March 30, 2007

Friday afternoon around the blogosphere

Lots of thoughtful goodies to be mined from a last Friday afternoon tour around the blogosphere:

  • Crime & Consequences comments here about the briefs in Panetti v. Quarterman, which C&C described as "the 'too crazy to execute' case" to be heard by SCOTUS next month.
  • Corrections Sentencing talks up here "A New Direction for Sentencing Commissions"
  • Grits for Breakfast links here to an interesting article about a Texas lawsuit attacking parole procedured.
  • ODPI reports here on a court ruling to allow direct questioning of Kentucky execution team members regarding their experience and qualifications.

March 30, 2007 at 04:36 PM | Permalink


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