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October 9, 2006

Collecting Cunningham coverage and briefs

On Wednesday morning, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in Cunningham v. California.  Cunningham is probably the most significant Apprendi/Blakely case that the Court has heard in over two years, and its ruling could have a significant ripple effect on federal and state sentencing systems nationwide. 

Basic previews of Cunningham are available from summaries put together by folks at Cornell and at Medill.  I have done more than a dozen posts about Cunningham that you can access at this archive, and broader coverage of Blakely in the states can be found in this archive.  My posts with links to the briefs and other key reading about Cunningham can be accessed below:

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