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August 23, 2005

Supplement for Sentencing Law and Policy casebook now available

As detailed in this post, a few weeks after Booker was (finally) handed down, my casebook co-authors Nora Demleitner, Marc Miller and Ron Wright and I were able to finish a 100-page Blakely/Booker special supplement to our main text Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes and Guidelines.  (That special supplement, which remains a useful resource for teaching Blakely and Booker, can still be accessed at this link.) 

Now, as a new semester gets underway, I am proud to be able to share a new supplement which provides additional materials for all the chapters of the Sentencing Law and Policy casebook.  You can download the new 2005-2006 summer supplement below and it also will soon be available at this website supporting our sentencing text (along with other sentencing materials).

In addition to edited versions of Blakely and Booker, this new supplement has lots of primary materials and notes covering state sentencing systems after Blakely and federal sentencing after Booker.  The new supplement also has an edited version of Roper v. Simmons, as well as problems and notes on other major sentencing developments from the past year.

My co-authors and I hope adopters of our text and others find this new supplement useful, and we welcome comments and suggestions.

Download slp_20052006_summer_supplement.pdf

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