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September 26, 2007

Read all about Rita (and get ready for Gall and Kimbrough)

I am pleased to see that the Denver University Law Review now has all the papers in its special symposium on Rita now available at this link.  A list of the titles and contributors shows why anyone interested in federal sentencing after Booker has to cruise over and check out all the paper in the symposium:

  • Rerouted on the Way to Apprendi-land: Booker, Rita, and the Future of Sentencing in the Federal Courts: An Introduction
    Sam Kamin 

  • Rita, Reasoned Sentencing, and Resistance to Change
    Douglas A. Berman 

  • Empirical Questions and Evidence in Rita v. United States
    Paul J. Hofer 

  • Rita, District Court Discretion, and Fairness in Federal Sentencing   
    Hon. Lynn Adelman & Jon Deitrich

  • Rita Needs Gall—How to Make the Guidelines Advisory
    Hon. Nancy Gertner

  • An Appellate Perspective On Federal Sentencing After Booker and Rita
    Hon. Jeffrey S. Sutton

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