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October 23, 2013

Lots of newly published sentencing-related scholarhip worth checking out

Thanks to the always helpful Concurring Opinions and its compilation of of law review contents, I now see a whole bunch of recently published articles that I am adding to my (always growing) pile of sentencing-related scholarship reading list:

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Doug, on the issue of "banishment" (of adults, not just juveniles), you may find it interesting to learn that the Georgia Supreme Court has held that Superior Court Judges cannot impose banishment from Georgia as part of a criminal sentence. But, Georgia Judges may banish defendants to live on only the two least populous counties in Georgia, where there are almost no jobs or economy. I don't have the citations handy now, but I am sure you can find them easily enough, if you want them.

Posted by: Jim Gormley | Oct 23, 2013 4:43:42 PM

See also a recently published article in the Harvard Business Law Review:

Posted by: Scot | Oct 31, 2013 1:48:41 PM

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