January 17, 2005
If It's Sentencing, It's Berman
OK, I'm going to brag again about a fellow Law Professor Blogs Network editor. Professor Douglas Berman (OSU) is "the man" when it comes to Blakley, Booker/Fanfan, and related sentencing law and policy issues. His blog is the web destination for insightful analysis of current developments on sentencing at the federal and state levels. I've been referring Cincinnati Law students to his blog for months now and they always come back smiling.
In addition to being an resource for news and legal analysis, the Sentencing Law and Policy Blog is a timely source for hard-to-find documents, some of which make their first (and others only) appearance on the Internet. See for instance, Big reports from Indiana and Minnesota wherein Professor Berman reviews and makes available Indiana and Minnesota sentencing reports. And now Professor Berman's blog is becoming an clearinghouse for information on Booker on the federal level plus all post-Booker state Blakely developments .
If it's sentencing, it's Berman. And that means add Sentencing Law and Policy to your favorites list.
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