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August 13, 2004

Morning Blakely review

After an eventful few days, we have seen a good bit more Blakely newspaper coverage lately. Howard Bashman effectively collects today's articles here and some earlier pieces here and here and here.

In addition, Jason Hernandez has also recently done a very fine job with Blakely news reviews here and here. And, for a broader Blakely review, the interesting new blog from the American Constitution Society has a lengthy (and heavily linked) post about Blakely and broader issues of federal sentencing reform here.

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Erin Dailey, law clerk to the Hon. Sven Erik Holmes here again. The judge is entering an order today in U.S. v. Leach. The order contains all of the reasoning set forth in O'Daniel. The news is, here, the defendant has already announced her intention to appeal. So now a case with the O'Daniel argument in favor of the constitutionality of the Guidelines (with the higher evidentiary standard and the rules of evidence applied) is making its way up to the 10th Circuit. The order will be entered this afternoon. Please contact me with any questions or comments at erin_dailey@oknd.uscourts.gov

Posted by: Erin Dailey | Aug 13, 2004 4:32:54 PM

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