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February 21, 2005

Layperson's Guide to Booker

The fine lawyers at the Federal Defender Services of Wisconsin were kind enough to send me a copy of their recent newsletter (quaintly called the Doing Time Times), which includes an extended section titled "A Layperson's Guide to Booker." This document, which can be downloaded below, proves that the folks at Booker ground zero can help the average person understand Booker.  Now they just need to explain it to the rest of us.

Download laypersons_guide_to_booker.rtf

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Posted by: Donna Thompson-Schneider | Feb 22, 2005 1:35:10 PM

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