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March 31, 2005

An overview of post-Booker world

My on-line searches this evening reveal that we now already have, in less than 3 months' time, over 500 federal cases discussing or mentioning Booker.  Gosh knows I cannot keep up with all this action (especially this week being on the road).  Fortunately, others are providing helpful overviews: Caryll Alpert over at the Sixth Circuit Blog "surveys the key published decisions issued by the Sixth Circuit to date" on Booker here; and Frances Pratt, Research and Writing Attorney in the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Alexandria, Virginia, has updated again her extended outline of post-Booker decisions.  This latest version, which now runs 51 pages, is current through March 27 and is available at this link.

March 31, 2005 at 01:47 AM | Permalink


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