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December 2, 2004

Reports on case-specific Blakely impact

Two newspaper articles this morning provide case-specific windows on Blakely's (uncertain) impact on federal and state sentencing decision-making. 

This article in the St. Petersburg Times reports on a federal fraud case and all the sentencing issues that may, or may not, have to be decided by a jury in the wake of BlakelyThis article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review details the case of a defendant, who was convicted and sentenced six years ago of aggravated assault and reckless endangerment, arguing that Blakely now renders his state sentence unconstitutional.

December 2, 2004 at 08:35 AM | Permalink


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