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October 14, 2004

Sentencing news around the blogsphere

Fellow bloggers continue doing a fine job covering a range of sentencing stories: Michael Ausbrook of INCOURTS reports here on the latest Blakely developments in Indiana's state courts; Crime & Federalism reports here on a significant ruling by the Ninth Circuit involving downward departure from the federal sentencing guidelines; and Lyle Denniston at the SCOTUS Blog has an insightful account here of the SCOTUS arguments in Roper v. Simmons concerning the constitutionality of executing juvenile offenders.

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