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Court Of Appeals Of New York - People V. White, Rosalinde Casalini Dec 2012

Court Of Appeals Of New York - People V. White, Rosalinde Casalini

Touro Law Review

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Appellate Division, First Department - People V. Boyd, Joseph M. D'Amico Dec 2012

Appellate Division, First Department - People V. Boyd, Joseph M. D'Amico

Touro Law Review

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Have We Come Full Circle? Judicial Sentencing Discretion Revived In Booker And Fanfan, Sandra D. Jordan Mar 2012

Have We Come Full Circle? Judicial Sentencing Discretion Revived In Booker And Fanfan, Sandra D. Jordan

Pepperdine Law Review

The much anticipated Supreme Court decision in United States v. Booker and Fanfan has both invalidated the mandatory nature of the federal Sentencing Guidelines as well as restored judicial discretion for federal judges. With the Booker decision there is a renewed opportunity to correct some of the imbalance that came about as a result of the mandatory guidelines and the sentencing policies of the past twenty years. Booker has implications for all future sentencing as the power between the judiciary and the jury has been realigned and the power of the government has been reduced. Sentencing cannot accomplish legitimate goals …