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July 19, 2004

News from Indiana

Marcia J. Oddi over at the The Indiana Law Blog reports that there are two significant recent Blakely rulings coming from the Southern District of Indiana. Marcia explains here that news of these rulings comes from a local newspaper story which reported:

Twice in the last two weeks, US District Judge Sarah Evans Barker of Indianapolis has ruled the federal sentencing guidelines are unconstitutional and cited the Blakely ruling in her decisions.

Neither Marcia nor I can find any more information on these rulings, but we both hope to be able to provide updates soon.

July 19, 2004 at 03:38 PM | Permalink

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Marcia explains here that news of these rulings comes from a local newspaper story which reported

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