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November 1, 2004

A week's worth of Blakely news stories

With election news and other events taking over the headlines, there have been relatively few Blakely news stories of late (though this will change, of course, when the Supreme Court hands down Booker and Fanfan). However, over the course of a week, the number of Blakely-related newspaper stories add up. Channeling Howard Bashman (who has some Proposition 66 headlines here), I am going to set out these Blakely stories' headlines and links in a rapid-fire list from oldest to newest:

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports "Ruling could set Mirikitani free"; the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports "Convicted molester awarded new lawyer, sentencing hearing"; the Associated Press reports "Enron Trial May Get a Second Phase" and "Officials Answer Restated Lincoln Park Charges"; the Metropolitan News-Enterprise reports "Ninth Circuit Upholds 22-Year Sentence Imposed on Cocaine Dealer" (which reports on a ruling discussed here).

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