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July 12, 2004

Lots of media coverage

The media is starting to get wind of how big the Blakely story is. Here are articles about Blakely and its aftermath from USA Today, "High court ruling sows confusion", from NY Newsday, "Ruling throws cases in tailspin", from the Seatle Post-Intelligencer, "'Utter chaos' means less-severe sentences for serous crimes", and from the Tampa Tribune, "Confusion Rules In Federal Courts".

Here's a particularly thoughtful piece from the Baltimore Sun, "Sentencing policy on trial".

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Here are articles about Blakely and its aftermath from USA Today

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