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June 22, 2005

A lot more interesting sentencing news

Though my mind is still racing with questions concerning AG Alberto Gonzales'  speech advocating a Booker fix in the form of "the construction of a minimum guideline system" (basics here and background here), I also see a lot of other interesting sentencing stories making headlines:

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