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July 7, 2004

More from DOJ

From a truly anonymous source — Deep Throat, again? — I just received copies of four DOJ strategy memos/briefs. I've provided links to all four below (and advanced apologies if the WordPerfect format presents any challenges for you):
Download blakely_sample_brief.wpd
Download blakelysentmemoDMR.wpd
Download CABresponse2.wpd
Download ramirez-martinez.mem.sentencing.blakely.wpd

I've not yet had a chance to look through these closely, but they look interesting from a quick read.

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criminal defense attorney (private and public defender)

Posted by: Michael Moore | Jul 9, 2004 3:14:27 PM

Deep Throat, again? — I just received copies of four DOJ strategy memos/briefs.

Posted by: Robe de Cocktail Pas Cher | Dec 12, 2012 2:42:04 AM

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