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September 23, 2004

Off to Toledo to learn about collateral sanctions

Blogging may be light over the next 36 hours as I head to Toledo to participate in this conference where I will be discussing — surprise, surprise — some preliminary views on what Blakely might mean for the law and policy of collateral sanctions.

Though I hope to have internet connectivity at times, I may not be back on-line until late Saturday. In the meantime, I can finally read the respondents' briefs in Booker and Fanfan. And fellow Blakely junkies can always look to Jason Hernandez at the Blakely Blog, who is back at it with noteworthy posts here and here and a very ambitious simple plan here for discussing all the Supreme Court briefs.

September 23, 2004 at 03:16 PM | Permalink


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Make sure to stop by Tony Packo's.

Posted by: Mike | Sep 23, 2004 6:15:44 PM

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