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July 13, 2004

Line-up cards are now complete

At the Senate Judiciary Committee's site here, you can find the complete list of witnesses for today's hearing (as well as the webcast link). Here's a scorecard so you can tell the players:

Witness List for Hearing before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on "Blakely v. Washington and the Future of the Sentencing Guidelines" Tuesday, July 13, 2004 Senate Dirksen Office Building Room 226 at 10:00 a.m.

Panel I:
The Honorable Bill Mercer, United States Attorney, District of Montana, Helena, MT
The Honorable John Steer, Vice Chair and Commissioner, United States Sentencing Commission, Washington, D.C.
The Honorable William Sessions, Chief United States District Judge, District of Vermont, Burlington, VT, Vice Chair and Commissioner, United States Sentencing Commission, Washington, D.C.
The Honorable Lawrence L. Piersol, Chief United States District Judge, District of South Dakota, President, Federal Judges Association, Sioux Falls, SD
The Honorable Paul G. Cassell, United States District Court Judge, District of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Panel II:
Frank Bowman, Professor of Law, Indiana University Law School, Indianapolis, IN
Rachel Barkow, Assistant Professor of Law, New York University School of Law, New York, NY
Ronald Weich, Esq., Zuckerman, Spaeder LLP, Washington, D.C.
Alan Vinegrad, Esq., Former United States Attorney, Covington & Burling, New York, NY

Apparently C-Span 2 is showing the debate over the marriage amendment live rather than this hearing, but I think the webcast will be just as good for those near a computer.

Grab your popcorn, the show's about to start!

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I did 8yrs. 8mo. 14 days on a 15yr."old Law" federal(parole)sentence. My guidelines were 52-64 mos.I started in 1990 and am still on parole in spite of my parole officer trying to have my parole terminated for 3 yrs. I worked in the law library while inside. I want you to know that what you are doing is probably the most important project in America today. I was guilty of the crimes charged and did not cooperate with the government in any way. I understand punishment but not our government's ruining of lives. I saw thousands of lives ruined in several federal institutions by the "guidelines" and especially the upward departures. Please put someone competent on the cite while you are on vacation. Thank you for helping people who have no one else to help them. I truely believe you have given them hope. Mike Gilbert

Posted by: mike gilbert | Jul 19, 2004 12:55:20 PM

my brother is serving time in the madison corr. inst. doing 3 years and he heard something pertaining to a new sentencing guide line that is supose to go in effect about the 8 month 14 days on a year, that use to be the old law before flat time came into play. I would like to know if there is ant truth to this.
thank you very much

Posted by: kevin dooley | Nov 6, 2008 12:32:46 PM

I'm am a concerned brother thats all.

Posted by: kevin dooley | Nov 6, 2008 12:36:36 PM

I'm also trying to find more information about a rumored change to 8 months and 14 days equals 1 year prison time for Ohio felons. My fiancee has been tagged with 6 years for a non-violent offense and we are keen to getting our lives (and interrupted marriage plans) back on track as soon as possible.

Posted by: Jennifer | Nov 16, 2008 3:28:02 PM

My guidelines were 52-64 mos.I started in 1990 and am still on parole in spite of my parole officer trying to have my parole terminated for 3 yrs.

Posted by: Robe de Cocktail Pas Cher | Dec 12, 2012 3:13:27 AM

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