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March 23, 2007

FSR Issue on Claiborne and Rita

I have finally put the finishing touches on the Federal Sentencing Reporter's latest issue, which is entitled "Claiborne & Rita: Reasonableness Review in the Supreme Court."  As the title suggests, this issue of FSR is focused primarily on the two post-Booker cases now pending before the Court.  Here's a review of the contents: 

EDITOR’S OBSERVATIONS

ARTICLES ON POST-BOOKER SENTENCING

ARTICLES ON BROADER GUIDELINE OPERATION

The Federal Sentencing Reporter can be ordered here and accessed electronically here, though it will be a few days before this latest issue (Vol. 19, No. 3) comes on-line.

Other recent FSR issues on Blakely, Booker and federal sentencing dynamics:

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I posted a request for some assistance on a en bance hearing in the 8th Circuit ona matter of the "inevitable discovery doctrine" in a recent Concurrent opinion in; U.S. v. Craig Thomas, Appeal No. 06-2452.

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