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October 2, 2004

More pre-argument reading (for me)

As I explained in this post, my wonderful research has been helping me back up my blog efforts by creating Word documents of my posts (with imbedded links and a helpful TOC). Though older posts are available here, and "Blakely in the States" posts can be downloaded here, below I now provide my most recent posts in one document complete through October 1:
Download slp_blog_sept_1_to_oct_1.doc

This latest document includes all of the discussion of the briefing in Booker and Fanfan (which I plan to review as I head to Washington DC to hear the arguments). Also, remember that I have assembled here a set of my most recent posts of note.

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I am the wife of a California prisoner, sentenced to 29 years for a crime he did not commit. The sentence included enhancements that were not consistent with the law. We have our eye on Blakely, although we have gone through the entire appeals process, all the way the the U.S. Supreme Court without success.. and not because we do not have the law on our side. We are frustrated and disillusioned with the court's disregard for the truth, and for violations of my husband's Constitutional Rights.
Needless to say, we cannot afford an attorney, having already spent about $20,000 for attorney services, and getting led down the primrose path, and nearly losing our chance to get into the appeal courts.. We have basically done our own legal work.. and are prepared to pursue Blakely, using information and examples highlighted in your blog, with a wish and a hope that the retroactive aspect is addressed in the Booker and Fanfan cases.
I accidentally came upon your blog this evening, and have printed off at least a 100 pages of your data and data in your links..to send to my husband
Thank you for taking time to publish your insights and information.. It is especially helpful to the non-professional legal researcher, such as myself and my hsuband.
Thank You

Posted by: Lisa Banuelos | Nov 16, 2004 1:40:41 AM

I am the wife of a California prisoner, sentenced to 29 years for a crime he did not commit. The sentence included enhancements that were not consistent with the law. We have our eye on Blakely, although we have gone through the entire appeeals process, all the way the the U.S. Supreme Court without success.. and not because we do not have the law on our side. We are frustrated and disillusioned with the court's disregard for the truth, and for violations of my husband's Constitutional Rights.
Needless to say, we cannot afford an attorney, having already spent about $20,000 for attorney services, and getting led down the primrose path, and nearly losing our chance to get into the appeal courts.. We have basically done our own legal work.. and are prepared to pursue Blakely, using information and examples highlighted in your blog, with a wish and a hope that the retroactive aspect is addressed in the Booker and Fanfan cases.
I accidentally came upon your blog this evening, and have printed off at lest a 100 pages of your data and data in your links..to send to my husband
Thank you for taking time to publish your insights and information.. It is especially helpful to the non-professional legal researcher, such as myself and my husband.
Thank You

Posted by: Lisa Banuelos | Nov 16, 2004 1:43:55 AM

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