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November 21, 2008

Deep thoughts on the structure of appellate review

Anyone following the post-Booker jurisprudence surrounding reasonableness review cannot help but ponder the nature and value of appellate review of sentencing decisions.  For anyone really eager to go deep into the topic of appellate review, the latest issue of the Vanderbilt Law Review has these two new pieces worth checking out:

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