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November 22, 2005

Great Booker resources from federal defenders

In addition to the great memo tracking SCOTUS criminal cases noted here, the federal defenders' Blakely/Booker page has available two updated resources for those trying to make sense (and make use) of the post-Booker federal sentencing universe. 

Courtesy of Amy Baron-Evans, Sentencing Resource Counsel, you can read 56 pages about the state of Sentencing Post-Booker in this memo.  And courtesy of Michael R. Levine, you can read all about 108 Easy Mitigating Factors (Formerly “88 Easy Departures”): Cases Granting, Affirming, Or Suggesting Mitigating Factors in this document.

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