Rehnquist Says Congress Tries To Intimidate Judges

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In his year-end report, U.S. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist criticized a new law that places federal judges under scrutiny for sentences that fall short of those called for by guidelines. The law, enacted last spring as an amendment to the Amber Alert child protection measure, “could appear to be an unwarranted and ill-considered effort
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