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October 23, 2006

Still more Skilling sentencing pre-game analysis

With Jeff Skilling's sentencing scheduled for today, this morning brings another round of articles discussing his case and white-collar sentencing more generally. The New York Times, for example, has this piece headlined, "The Guidelines Now Tougher, Skilling to Face Sentence Today." 

The Houston Chronicle has this front-page story entitled "An era ends today as Skilling learns fate."  In addition, as detailed here, the Chronicle "plans to blog the sentencing hearing" which begins at 1 pm CDT.  The Chronicle says the hearing "is expected to take a couple of hours" and that its "blogging should begin earlier in the morning."

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