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July 23, 2004

Helpful weekend reading

If you're like me, you already have a big stack of weekend reading. Fortunately, I can here provide some materials to help everyone sort out all of the post-Blakely judicial fireworks. Specifically, now available here for download are the latest version of the fantastic articles by Professors Bibas and King & Klein, both of which take stock of the the post-Blakely world and help sort through the seemingly endless array of legal issues now in play:
Download bibas_latest_blakely_efforts.pdf
Download latest_king_klein_beyond_blakely.pdf

As noted in these drafts, both of these articles will be appearing in a soon-to-be published special issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter. Also scheduled to appear in that Issue of FSR are materials from Professors Rachel Barkow, Frank Bowman, Mark Osler and others.

At this link you can pre-order this special FSR Blakely issue, as well as obtain a general subscription to FSR. In addition, at this link you will find a place to sign up to receive an e-mail alert when new issues of FSR come online. Registration is free.


UPDATE: I have also come across some new additional resources available here from the folks at FDAP, including a new and nicely structured Blakely page from Appellate Defenders, Inc. of California.

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I have also come across some new additional resources available here from the folks at FDAP, including a new and nicely structured Blakely page from Appellate Defenders, Inc.

Posted by: Robe de Soirée 2013 | Dec 13, 2012 12:39:08 AM

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