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June 28, 2004

What the USSC was planning to do

With truly comical timing, the United States Sentencing Commission just today released its Federal Register Notice of proposed priorities and request for public comment for the amendment cycle ending May 1, 2005. The document actually provides some interesting insights into what the USSC had planned before the Blakely decision came down. Reading it now, however, feels a bit like reading a list of activities planned aboard the Titanic for the day after the iceberg was hit. (That's not a great methapor, but you get the point.)

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The document actually provides some interesting
insights into what the USSC had planned
before the Blakely decision came down.

Posted by: Health Blog | Mar 25, 2011 9:11:47 AM

The document actually provides some interesting insights into what the USSC had planned before the Blakely decision came down.

Posted by: Robe de Cocktail Pas Cher | Dec 12, 2012 2:01:04 AM

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