December 12, 2007
Sentencing, Sentencing, Sentencing
Once again OSU law professor Douglas Berman is illustrating how blogging can be "scholarship in action." On his blog, Sentencing Law & Policy, Berman is providing comprehensive coverage of the Supreme Court's Kimbrough and Gall rulings, and the US Sentencing Commission's decision to give retroactive effect to the Commission's recent amendment to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines that reduces penalties for crack cocaine offenses. In addition to providing source materials and media reaction, including law blog coverage, Berman's analytical posts on these very important developments in sentencing law and policy are must-reads.
Sentencing Law & Policy is the web destination for this area of criminal law. It's the place to go to for research and reference questions. [JH]
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