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February 25, 2006

The ABC's of Cunningham

The biggest news of an amazing sentencing week, media headlines notwithstanding, was the Supreme Court's cert grant in Cunningham, the California Blakely case.  And the folks at the First District Appellate Project — which has this website that's the go-to locale for all California Blakely stories — have responded with this interesting document entitled "The ABC's of Preserving Apprendi-Blakely-Cunningham Claims Following the Cunningham Cert. Grant."

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