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August 24, 2004

A bit of Blakely background

As detailed here, the first special issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter covering Blakely has gone to press. And I am now pleased to report that the issue's entire contents will be available electronically soon via the on-line service Caliber in advance of the print. I will provide a link here as soon as it is up.

In the meantime, FSR's publisher, University of California Press, has graciously agreed to allow me to post the full text in pdf form of my Editor's Observations for this issue. My piece is entitled "Examining the Blakely Earthquake and its Aftershocks," and it is designed to provide a bit more jurisprudential background on how Blakely came to pass.
Download berman_editors_observations_307311.pdf

August 24, 2004 at 10:58 AM | Permalink

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