Saturday, June 02, 2007

Booker Reasonableness Review Strikes Extreme Sentence

Observe for yourself here, how easy it is for even a judge to make unreasonable decisions in cases involving uncharged (sex) offenses. It seems, the very thought of a sex crime drives otherwise rational individuals to extremes of irrationality, if not unreasonableness.

Equally interesting is the interaction between uncharged and unrelated to the offense conduct and sentencing in these opinions and federal guidelines.

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