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March 16, 2005

More summaries of post-Booker caselaw

Fordham Professor Daniel Capra has sent me (and allowed me to post) two terrific reviews he has done of post-Booker developments in both the district and circuit courts.  These reviews are available for downloading below.

Download prof_capra_review_of_postbooker_district_court_cases.rtf

Download prof_capra_review_of_postbooker_circuit_cases.rtf

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US v. MacKinnon, No. 03-2219, remands for re-sentencing a person who, 1) raised a Booker argument; and 2) was sentenced by a judge under U.S.S.G. § 4B1.1 who thought he could not depart downward. [Read More]

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