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March 21, 2005

Rowland wrap-up

In this post Saturday, I collected a few accounts of former Connecticut Governor Rowland's federal sentencing (basics here), but the blog Kirby's Reports provides all the links you could ever want and more on the Rowland story in this post.

In addition, that blog has given Connecticut defense attorney Todd Bussert an opportunity to provide this interesting and thoughtful post-game analysis of the Rowland sentencing, which includes some discussion of whether Rowland received a "traditional" departure or a Booker variance.  A much different post-game assessment of Rowland's sentence can be found in this Hartford Courant editorial.

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