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July 6, 2007

More thoughtful commentary on the President as sentencer

The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC Radio had a nice extended segment today (available here) entitled "Commuting Costs" with Professors Peter Henning and Rachel Barkow talking thoughtfully about the "possible ramifications of the Libby commutation on federal sentencing."  Peter also has more on this topic at this new post at White Collar Crime Prof Blog.

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