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July 6, 2004

More Hearings

As I eagerly await news from folks at today's scheduled hearing before the House of Representative's Crime Subcommittee concerning Sensenbrenner's drug sentencing bill (previewed here), I just got word that the Senate has now scheduled a hearing on Blakely for a week from today. Here's the full text of the notice I received:

The Senate Committee on the Judiciary will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 13, 2004, at 10:00 a.m. in Room 226 of the Senate Dirksen Office Building on “Blakely v. Washington and the Future of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.” Chairman Hatch will preside.

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Washington and the Future of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.

Posted by: Robe de Cocktail Pas Cher | Dec 12, 2012 2:26:29 AM

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