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July 11, 2004

Now showing on the Biography Channel...

For those who like knowing more about the people behind the news, this post is for you. First, here's an article about Judge Paul Cassell whose opinion in US v. Croxford has framed the early debate over what Blakely means for the federal sentencing system. You can also access his biography here.

Second, according to this post at the SCOTUS Blog, Deputy Solicitor General (and my law school colleague) Paul Clement has been appointed Acting Solicitor General following Ted Olsen's retirment as SG. Here's an article about Paul Clement, who will likely play a major role in determining when and how the Supreme Court rules on what Blakely means for the federal sentencing system.

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Posted by: laptop battery | Oct 14, 2008 5:20:42 AM

Deputy Solicitor General (and my law school colleague) Paul Clement has been appointed Acting Solicitor General following Ted Olsen's retirment as SG.

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