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November 4, 2006

Soliciting lightning-round commentary on reasonableness for FSR

The Federal Sentencing Reporter has already published a number of pieces about reasonableness review after Booker (see list here).  But the Supreme Court's cert grants in Claiborne and Rita (basics here and here) bring this debate to a whole new level.  And, fortunately, FSR may be able to clear out a little extra room in its December issue for some lightning fast — but still thoughtful and refined — commentary on reasonableness review after Booker.

To have a real chance of appearing in FSR's December issue, commentaries on Claiborne and Rita would need to be submitted before Thanksgiving — ideally, well before — and would need to be very polished so we could get it quickly to press.

November 4, 2006 at 11:59 AM | Permalink


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