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September 28, 2006

Blakely issues still not getting any respect

I often cannot help but complain that Blakely issues (and other criminal justice issues) do no get the attention and respect they deserve.  And my dander is up again now that Supreme Court preview season is in high gear.  SCOTUSblog has lots of previews assembled here; the linked items continue the trend I have noticed of all the previews giving short shrift to the criminal law issues — and especially the two big Blakely cases — on the docket.  Oh well, you can always get your fill (and more) of SCOTUS Blakely coverage here.

Just a few of the hundreds of recent SCOTUS/Blakely posts:

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