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February 19, 2008

Sixth Circuit back in action with three sentencing rulings

Coming back strong after a long weekend, the Sixth Circuit today has handed down three opinions that all have significant sentencing discussions.  A very quick read of these three opinions suggests that none breaks significant new ground, but all three are worthy of attention for their continued elaboration of post-Booker and post-Gall appellate review realities:

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