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March 8, 2005

More for your reading pleasure (Booker and Booker-free)

The kind folks at TalkLeft here suggest I am a source for "Blakely and Booker Articles and Advice."  Hoping to earn (and perhaps broaden) that reference, I have two more articles to spotlight today.  (Articles spotlighted previously in recent days are here and here.)  The first is "all about Booker" and provides a practitioner-friendly review of the decision and subsequent caselaw, the other concerns collateral consequences and provides an astute academic perspective on a very important, but largely under-examined, criminal justice issue.

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