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April 21, 2006

A bit of Booker around the circuits

Finishing up a few articles and the end of classes has kept me from keeping up with the Booker circuit action of late.  Fortunately, other bloggers are helping to take up the slack:

In addition, the Tenth Circuit issued an important decision yesterday in US v. Terrell, No. 05-1521 (10th Cir. Apr. 20, 2006)(available here), in which the panel explains why it considers appropriate a presumption of reasonableness for a within-guideline sentence in the course of holding it is proper for a district court to give "a high degree of weight to the Guidelines in its sentencing decisions."

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