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June 6, 2005

8th Circuit is at it again

Reinforcing my observations here about the divergent pace of Booker appeals in different circuits, I see on this official opinion page that the ever-active Eighth Circuit has released another large bunch of sentencing rulings today.  From a quick scan of the official summaries, I do not think much new ground is broken in this batch.  But, because I have 70-plus pages of Raich to read, I am pretty sure I won't get through all of the Eighth Circuit's latest Booker wisdom, and I am also sure that I need readers' help to spot any important jurisprudential needles in the Booker haystacks that the Eighth Circuit is now producing on a daily basis.

June 6, 2005 at 11:53 AM | Permalink


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