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July 6, 2004

More Blakely commentary

Confirming my suspicion that I wasn't the only one thinking about Blakely while watching fireworks this weekend, I am pleased to be able to share two pieces of Blakely commentary that hit my in-box today. Because these pieces are not yet available on-line, I've posted them directly to this site:

1. An op-ed from Professor Stephanos Bibas to appear in Legal Times, in which he says the results of Blakely "may be more mandatory sentencing in some states, more wide-open discretion in others, and more pressure to plea-bargain all around."
Download prof. Bibas Legal Times op-ed.doc

2. A brief effort by Professor Mark Osler to "Reform and Salvage" the Federal Sentencing Guidelines After Blakely. Impressively, this reform and salvage operation requires only two pages and two steps.
Download prof. Olser's Reform and Salvage.doc

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Reform and Salvage" the Federal Sentencing Guidelines After Blakely.

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