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December 8, 2004

ABA's view of the post-Blakely world

With thanks to Jim Felman for passing this along, I am pleased to be able to share for downloading below "the current working draft of the ten points of consensus among the non-DOJ members of the ABA Blakely Task Force."  As Jim explained in his e-mail:

There has been no objection to any of these points by the DOJ members, but they have refrained from taking any position in deference to DOJ formal policy which, as I understand it, has not yet been finalized because, in addition to perhaps other reasons, the Booker/Fanfan cases are still pending.

Download aba_blakely_consensus_memo_ii.rtf

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