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July 27, 2008

2008 Holiday road....

I am about to make like Clark Griswold and head out on the road (and on the sea) for a few weeks.  I expect (should I say fear?) that I will not have an ability to be consistently on-line and bloggy during my sojourn.  Though I surely won't be able to stay away from the computer the whole time, I may just try to go cold-turkey on blogging in this space for my two weeks away.

Joyfully, I can report that a terrific group of lawyers from Proskauer Rose (with whom I worked pro bono on this amicus brief in the Sixth Circuit en banc case involving acquitted conduct) have agreed to keep this blog warm while I am away.  Proskauer partner Mark Harris had the good sense to urge me to take a blogging hiatus while on the road, and he sensibly suggested that a group of sentencing practitioners could provide a valuable perspective on the usual sentencing subjects and suspects while I am away. 

I believe the Proskauer team will start their guest blogging tomorrow, and I am already looking forward to seeing how they make use of this space.

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Have a good vacation on the high seas.

Posted by: George | Jul 28, 2008 12:11:40 AM

Prof, here are some questions to ask the cruise director: "Do these stairs go up, as well as down?" "Is the TV satellite, or cable?" "Is the water in the toilet fresh, or salt water?" Have fun, and enjoy the trip.

Posted by: Greg Jones | Jul 28, 2008 2:02:06 PM

Prof, here are some questions to ask the cruise director: "Do these stairs go up, as well as down?" "Is the TV satellite, or cable?" "Is the water in the toilet fresh, or salt water?" Have fun, and enjoy the trip.

Posted by: Greg Jones | Jul 28, 2008 2:02:22 PM

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