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May 31, 2004

The work of the ABA Kennedy Commission

U.S Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy made headlines with this speech to the ABA in August 2003 about the need for major sentencing reforms in the federal system and across the country. For the past 9 months, the Commission that the ABA created to follow up on Justice Kennedy's exhortations have been conducting hearings and working on a report for presentation to the ABA at its upcoming annual meeting. The ABA has now provided on-line some of the testimony submitted during these hearing, and here you can access the November 2003 hearing materials and the February 2004 hearing materials.

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The ABA has now provided on-line some of
the testimony submitted during these hearing

Posted by: Health Blog | Feb 19, 2011 7:31:55 AM

The work of the ABA Kennedy Commission The ABA has now provided on-line some of
the testimony submitted during these hearing

Posted by: Robe de Cocktail Pas Cher | Dec 12, 2012 1:35:15 AM

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