Mike over at Corrections Sentencing has "too many to mention" great posts as he tours around the blogosphere this week. Take some time to go and see what he's found from some of the best..........Here's an excerpt...
- Doug Berman at Sentencing Law and Policy has several good posts up, including a rumination on how sentencing issues suddenly seem to be important even to People Magazine (with a really nice rip on Martha Stewart, Doug)
- Corey Rayburn Yung at Sex Crimes catches a NY Times piece that had gotten by me on how the Duke lacrosse case was the exception that proved the rule regarding regular prosecutor misconduct.
- Joel Jacobsen over at Judging Crimes may have the quote of the year on the US Supreme Court and its sentencing decisions: “The justices have accomplished something truly special: they've taken an area of the law that no one even thought about and turned it into something no one can understand.”
- Grits for Breakfast has been doing good work covering a restorative justice conference, revealing many of the intricate aspects of this important concept.