Footnotes

Footnotes
2
Timothy Egan, The 3-Strike Rule: Some Hits, Some Errors, Vancouver Sun, Feb. 19, 1994, at B3.
3
Larry King Live, Three Strikes and You're Out? New Crime Proposals (CNN television broadcast, Feb. 8, 1994)
4
United States Sentencing Commission, Comments on Crime Bill, 8 Crim. Prac. Man. (BNA) No. 6, at 134-35 (Mar. 16, 1994).
5
Philip B. Heymann, The Lock-'em -Up Debate; What Pols Won't Say: '3 Strikes — and We're Out of Money', Washington Post, Feb. 27, 1994, at C1.
6
Egan, supra note 2, at B3.
7
Violent Crime Control and Law Enforce- ment Act of 1994, Pub. L. No. 103-322, § 70001 (1994) reprinted in 140 Cong. Ree. H7428 (daily ed. Aug. 10, 1994).
8
Sentencing Commission Critical of Reforms, National Law Journal, March 7, 1994, at 5, 27.
9
Peter Pringle, Clinton Crime Bill is a Sham, Say Critics, Independent [U.K.], March 10, 1994, at 14.
10
Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, Pub. L. No. 103-322, §70001 (1994) reprinted in 140 Cong. Ree. H7428 (daily ed. Aug. 10, 1994).
11
H.R. 4092, 103rd Cong., 2d Sess. § 501 (1994)
S. 1607, 103rd Cong., 2d Sess. § 2408 (1994).
12
Jerry Zrenski, 'Three Strikes' Sentencing Would Put Few Felons Out, Buffalo News, Jan. 30, 1994, at 3.
13
28 U.S.C. §994.
14
Pringle, supra note 9, at 14.
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