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October 11, 2009

Is there any good sentencing stuff in C-SPAN's week of SCOTUS programming?

I have not had the time this week to watch any of C-SPAN's "Supreme Court Week" programming.  As described by C-SPAN here, apparently I have missed a lot:

Beginning Sunday October 4 at 9pm and continuing through that entire week — each night at 9pm — C-SPAN will present groundbreaking and unique programs on the Supreme Court. Featuring our original documentary production "The Supreme Court: Home to America's Highest Court" as well as an unprecedented collection of original interviews with all 11 living current and former Supreme Court Justices, Supreme Court week will offer viewers a rare window into the Supreme Court and those that serve there.

Fortunately, it seems this SCOTUS programming is nearly all now available at this link, and so I am wondering if any segments are must-see TV for sentencing fans.  I just watched a few interviews, but nothing sentencing-related jumped out.  But maybe others have noticed stuff that merits a sentencing spotlight.

October 11, 2009 at 12:10 PM | Permalink


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