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August 17, 2004

Forthcoming FSR Blakely issue

I am extremely pleased to report that I finally finalized the final edits on the (first) Federal Sentencing Reporter Blakely issue, entitled "The Blakely Earthquake." You can here download the cover of this FSR issue (which reflects exact page numbers for articles which have heretofore only been "forthcoming"):
Download fsr16_5_cover.pdf

At this link you can order this special FSR Blakely issue, as well as obtain a general subscription to FSR. In addition, at this link you will find a place to sign up to receive an e-mail alert when new issues of FSR come online. Registration is free. The next FSR issue, also to be all about Blakely, is far in development and should be available before the Supreme Court hears Booker and Fanfan.

Though much prettier on the dowloaded cover, here's a handy list of the contents of the "The Blakely Earthquake."

EDITOR'S OBSERVATIONS
Douglas A. Berman, Examining the Blakely Earthquake and its Aftershocks

ARTICLES
Rachel E. Barkow, The Devil You Know: Federal Sentencing After Blakely
Nancy J. King & Susan R. Klein, Beyond Blakely
Stephanos Bibas, Blakely’s Federal Aftermath
Mark Osler, The Blakely Problem and the 3x Solution
J. Bradley O’Connell, Amazing Stories: Blakely v. Washington and California Determinate Sentences

PRIMARY MATERIALS
DOJ Legal Positions and Policies in Light of Blakely v. Washington (July 2, 2004)
Concurrent Resolution passed by U.S. Senate (July 21, 2004)
Federal Public Defender Letter to the USSC (July 9, 2004)
Memorandum from Frank Bowman to USSC (June 27, 2004)
Memorandum from Frank Bowman to USSC (July 16, 2004)

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