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November 9, 2004

Nationwide Blakely developments in the states

Though today's non-arrival of Booker and Fanfan keeps the federal Blakely story on hold, the state Blakely stories continue to develop at a fast and furious pace: 

November 9, 2004 at 10:15 PM | Permalink

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That's out of 861 Blakely decisions nationally as reported by Lexis moments ago. (date > 6/24/04 and blakely pre/2 washington). So I don't know that that's out of proportion to California's population or case load, depending on how you want to count.

Posted by: Michael Ausbrook | Nov 9, 2004 10:55:31 PM

I HAVE A FRIEND IN THE OHIO
REFORMATORY FOR WOMEN. HER CASE MIRRORS
THE BLAKEY RULING. WHAT DO SHE HAVE
TO DO TO GET BACK IN COURT?

Posted by: RALPH JONES | Nov 10, 2004 3:26:30 AM

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