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March 30, 2007

Archive of AFDA webcast

As noted here, earlier this week Gregory Nicolaysen, the founder of the Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA), enabled me to again utilize the AFDA's cool Audio Webcast System for a lengthy discussion of various state-of-post-Booker-sentencing realities.  Greg has now kindly created this audio file of the webcast for anyone who would still like to hear what I had to say.

As noted before, Greg provides a complimentary password registration system for members of the federal court community (judges, law clerks, federal public defenders, probation officers), and members of academia, at this sign-up page.  And everyone should want to sign up for the next AFDA webcast, which is scheduled for April 23 with Alan Dorhoffer, senior staff attorney at the Sentencing Commission, discussing guideline application topics.

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