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May 5, 2005

Where the real Booker action can be found

Though all the recent Booker circuit action (some of which can be found in these posts) certainly is noteworthy, the real Booker action is to be found in the district courts where hundreds of sentences are imposed nationwide each day.  My sense is that there are many interesting Booker rulings in district courts, some of which may not make it on-line, that reveal the considerable significance of Booker on the work of district courts.  And though Freddie Booker did not benefit from his case, here are just a few recent cases that I came across in which other defendants have benefited from Booker:

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