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October 11, 2004

More Ohio Blakely reversals

A set of cases last week revealed again that Ohio is a state worth watching for interesting and diverse Blakely rulings (for prior evidence, see discussion of Ohio developments here and here and here).

In State v. Moore, 2004 WL 2252044 (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Oct. 07, 2004), State v. Washatka, 2004 WL 2252048 (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Oct. 07, 2004), and State v. Mason, 2004 WL 2252051 (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Oct 07, 2004), the Court of Appeals of Ohio for the Eighth District identifies Blakely problems in a variety of legal and factual settings and responds by vacating defendants' sentences and ordering resentencings.

October 11, 2004 at 02:36 AM | Permalink


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