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October 29, 2004

Coming insights from the OACDL

I am off (and off-line) this morning to talk to the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers about Blakely. I am not only looking forward to hearing this group's perspective on Blakely happenings, but also eager to hear from Judge Burt Griffin who will be speaking specifically about Blakely in Ohio. As noted before and detailed here, Judge Griffin played a central role in Ohio's development of a distinct form of structured sentencing —a form which might escape or be decimated by the Blakely earthquake.

October 29, 2004 at 09:19 AM | Permalink

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