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March 10, 2005

Lots more Booker action in the Sixth Circuit

I joked in my earlier review of yesterday's circuit court work that the Sixth Circuit was surprisingly Booker quiet yesterday.  I see now from posts at Appellate Law & Practice that the Sixth Circuit is back at it today with a set of notable Booker rulings.  For now I can only give the highlights, since I am busy with the great conference here at OSU on "The Mind of a Child: The Relationship Between Brain Development, Cognitive Functioning, and Accountability Under the Law"  co-sponspored by my own Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law.

March 10, 2005 at 01:12 PM | Permalink


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