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September 8, 2010

Latest supplement for Sentencing Law and Policy casebook now available

As a new school year gets underway, I am happy to be able to share an updated electronic supplement providing additional materials to accompany the second edition of the Sentencing Law and Policy casebook.  Anyone can download this 2010-2011 supplement below.

This updated supplement includes edited versions of the 2010 SCOTUS cases of Graham v. Florida and Padilla v. Kentucky (while also retaining versions of the big prior Term SCOTUS cases of KennedyKimbrough and Gall).  There are also a bunch of new notes covering various major sentencing developments from the past few years, including the passage of the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 and the litigation surrounding the capital punishment administration in North Carolina in the wake of the state's adoption of its racial Justice Act. 

My co-authors and I hope that adopters of our text (and others) find this new, updated supplement useful, and we welcome comments and suggestions.

Download 2010 Supp DBMW 2d ed

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I would like to see a review of the sentencing outcomes for insurrection, treason, sedition.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Sep 9, 2010 11:47:30 PM

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