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September 27, 2007

Kimbrough case bringing attention to crack sentencing

Among many virtues of SCOTUS attention to post-Booker issues is the spotlight it can bring on particularly ugly features of the federal sentencing system.  This is most apparently, of course, in the context of the Kimbrough case's focus on crack cocaine sentencing realities.  And today there are notable pieces in two major newspapers:

Especially in the wake of the Jena 6 march last week, I am hopeful (but not optimistic) that the attention Kimbrough generates could possibly bring the crack/powder discussion back into congressional view.

September 27, 2007 at 10:32 AM | Permalink


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Calling the Houston Comical a "major newspaper" is a bit of a stretch, Prof.

Posted by: dweedle | Sep 27, 2007 12:17:18 PM

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