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May 8, 2006

More fast-track work from Judge Adelman

I suppose it is fitting the first work day after the Run for the Roses to have a lot of fast-track discussion on the blog.  In addition to the Ninth Circuit's fast-track opinion today in Marcial-Santiago (basics here), folks interested in fast-track disparity issues should check out an opinion from last week by Sentencing Hall of Famer Judge Lynn Adelman.  Judge Adelman's latest notable post-Booker work appears in US v. Salazar-Hernandez, No. 03-CR-294 (E.D. Wis. May 1, 2006), as is available for download below.  Like all of Judge Adelman's post-Booker efforts (many of which I've linked to at the end of this post), Salazar-Hernandez covers a lot of ground in short order and merits a full and close read.

Download adelman_salazarhernandez_opinion.pdf

Prior posts on some of Judge Adelman's post-Booker work:

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