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March 31, 2009

Interesting pair of thoughtful sentencing rulings from the Seventh Circuit

As I continue to catch up on notable circuit rulings from last week when I was on the road, I came across two notable sentencing decisions from the Seventh Circuit.  Though covering quite different topics, both of these opinions merit attention and review because of the thoughtful engagement with defense arguments (even though the defendants wind up on the short end of the appeals):

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