85 Denv. U. L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

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University of Denver
Sturm College of Law                       UNIVERSITY
LAW
2007 Volume 85 Issue 1                            REVIEW
CONTENTS
FEDERAL SENTENCING SURVEY
Rerouted on the Way to Apprendi-land: Booker,
Rita, and the Future of Sentencing in the
Federal Courts: An Introduction ............................. Sam Kamin  1
Rita, Reasoned Sentencing, and Resistance to
Change ....................................................... Douglas A. Berman  7
Empirical Questions and Evidence in Rita v.
United  States ........................................................ Paul J. Hofer  27
Rita, District Court Discretion, and Fairness
in Federal Sentencing ...... Hon. Lynn Adelman & Jon Deitrich  51
Rita Needs Gall-How to Make the Guide-
lines Advisory ........................................... Hon. Nancy Gertner  63
An Appellate Perspective on Federal Sentencing
After Booker and Rita ............................. Hon. Jeffrey S. Sutton  79
ARTICLE
Days Without Immigrants: Analysis and Impli-
cations of the Treatment of Immigration
Rallies Under the National Labor Relations
Act ................................................................... M ichael C. D uff   93
COMMENTS
Cunningham v. California: The Shifting
Balance of Judge and Jury ................................. Laurie Jaeckel 153
The New Due Process Limitation in Philip Morris:
A Critique and an Alternative Rule Based on
Prior Adjudication  ...................................................... Ben  Figa  179

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