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December 18, 2005

Recapping a busy first half of the last month of 2005

This marks my 2500th post since I started this blog a little over 18 months ago, and if I had the time I might assemble a comprehensive greatest hits list.  (My first quaint post on BlakelyBlakely..... WOW!! — would surely make the list.)  But, this busy time of year, I barely have time to assemble just some of the highlights from the first few weeks of an exciting December in the world of sentencing:

STATE BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

BOOKER CIRCUIT DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

DEATH PENALTY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY

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