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May 28, 2006

Summer sentencing reading suggestions?

With Memorial Day marking the unofficial start of summer, I thought I might solicit reader suggestions for summer sentencing reading.  Of course, a list of all the sentencing classics and new pieces worth reading could fill a library.  So, let me frame the query this goofy way:

What recent book or article should a sentencing geek take to the beach this summer?

I think my answer to this question right now is the new collection entitled Criminal Procedure Stories: An In-Depth Look at Leading Criminal Procedure Cases, edited by Professor Carol Steiker (available here).  Orin Kerr praised those who contributed to the book in this post, and I really like the idea of top scholars reflecting on classic cases with a modern perspective.

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