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November 13, 2005

More coverage of Alito's criminal law rulings

This morning's Newark Star-Ledger brings us this article providing more coverage of Judge Alito's work in criminal cases through his 15 years on the Third Circuit.  Here is the heart of the article's analysis:

If the decision is close, Alito tends to side with law enforcement and rarely treads new ground, according to interviews with legal scholars and a review of more than two dozen opinions he has written in the past 15 years.

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