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August 26, 2004

More Blakely insights from NACDL

I just noticed that over at this Blakely page of the website of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers you can find copies of three Blakely-related articles from the latest issue of its Champion magazine.

The articles are "An End to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines?" by Steven G. Kalar, Jane L. McClellan and Jon Sands, "Drawing the Line in Crawford and Blakely" by Jeffrey L. Fisher, and "The Kansas Sentencing Guidelines" by Randall L. Hodgkinson. All three pieces look like very valuable reads.

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