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September 5, 2005

Roberts nominated to be Chief

Early this morning, President Bust nominated Judge John Roberts to serve as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court; posts here and here from SCOTUSblog discuss the news and analyze its immediate impact on the Roberts' confirmation hearings and the Court's composition.  Below are some of my major posts about Roberts and sentencing issues from the last few months:

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