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October 20, 2004

More Blakely wisdom

Though the number of Blakely events has slowed down a bit of late, the are still many settings for obtaining additional Blakely wisdom. For example, next week the Practising Law Institute has arranged for a "Telephone Briefing," on October 28, 2004 from 1:00-2:00 EST, to examine "The Future of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines After Blakely."

The PLI's Telephone Briefing is to include US Sentencing Commissioner Michael E. Horowitz and Professor Leonard Orland exploring the impact of Blakely on the sentencing guidelines. Registration details for the event can be accessed here, and details for accessing a live audio webcast are here. At both links you will see that PLI plans to cover a wide array of important Blakely topics.

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