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March 8, 2007

Off to the coast for the first "Stanford Executive Sessions on Sentencing and Corrections Reform"

I'm off to the airport again this afternoon, this time headed to California to participate in the exciting first meeting of the Stanford Executive Sessions on Sentencing and Corrections Reform being run by the Stanford Criminal Justice Center.  Details about the concept and the format for the sessions can be found here.

Not suprisingly, with Cunningham and California's on-going prison crises, there is a lot to talk about.  The Executive Session schedule is very full for Friday, so blogging may be light over the next few days.

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