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August 7, 2004

More helpful Blakely reading

I am headed to the beach this afternoon, and have great pile of Blakely beach reading to take with me. First, as he does so well, Howard Bashman has collected the (ever growing) Blakely headlines here. This article from the Boston Globe highlights some of the legal drama, and this article from the Baltimore Sun highlights some of the human drama that Blakely has produced.

In addition, New York lawyer Marc Fernich was kind enough to send along a lengthy article he has written on Blakely, a version of which is slated to appear in the September issue of the Mouthpiece, the magazine for the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. As Marc explains, "the article doesn't break much new ground, but it's thorough and comprehensive," and here it is for your reading pleasure:
Download marc_fernich_blakely_article.pdf

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New York lawyer Marc Fernich was kind enough to send along a lengthy article he has written on Blakely

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