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January 12, 2005

Back to my best medium

It sure was exciting to be on the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, although perhaps all I clearly established was that I have a face made for blogging.  ;-)  I am proud that, at the end of the segment, I was able to get in a plug for the US Sentencing Commission.  Indeed, as I said here after Blakely, sentencing commissions have a critical role in bringing order to the disorderly world that SCOTUS has created, and that could not be more true in the wake of Booker.

In any event, with most of the media folk now past deadlines, I have a little more time to process the decisions and to share a number of reactions.  I have so much to say about all the opinions, and so many questions, I am not sure where to start.  But I hope, in a series of posts over the next few hours, to highlight some big picture ideas and concerns as we all try to size up the future of federal sentencing.  Stay tuned.

January 12, 2005 at 07:02 PM | Permalink


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Prof. Berman, I have to tell you that you look a lot younger than I imagined you to be!!!

Posted by: Kim | Jan 12, 2005 8:56:51 PM

I enjoyed the program and could have listened all evening.

Posted by: Debbie | Jan 13, 2005 12:27:17 AM

I enjoyed the program and could have listened all evening. It was very informative and a change of pace from reading this stuff all day.


Posted by: Debbie | Jan 13, 2005 12:28:14 AM

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