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I went to hear oral argument yesterday in Kimbrough v. US (No. 06-6330). The court was considering the reasonableness standard in sentencing after Booker in the context of the 100-to-1 ratio of crack cocaine to powder cocaine possession.
This was a pretty morning at the beginning of term and two important cases so you had to get in line around 6:30 a.m. to get a seat to hear the first case, Gall v. US at 10 a.m. I got there are 8:15 and got in to see the eleven o’clock argument.
You can take notes, but you can’t take a binder into the courtroom. So just bring a reporter’s notebook or paper and pencil. Lockers are 25 cents. There is a change machine in the coatroom.over 5 years ago
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