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November 20, 2004

Yet another FSR Blakely issue

I am now helping to put the finishing touches on the third Federal Sentencing Reporter issue covering Blakely.  This FSR issue, Volume 17, Number 2 (Dec. 2004) has the working title of "Further Implications of Blakely." (Details about the two previous Blakely issues are here and here.  FSR subscribers should now have received their hard copies of these issues, both of which can be ordered here and accessed electronically here.) 

I suspect FSR Issue 17.2 will be the last we send to press before Booker and Fanfan re-shape the post-Blakely landscape.  And though FSR is hard at work on the rest of the issues for Volume 17 — with plans to address in depth topics like criminal history and Blakely in the states — we also hope to be able to provide near instant and thorough coverage of Booker and Fanfan once the decisions are handed down.

Below you will find the contents of FSR 17.2.  All of the pieces in draft form can be found elsewhere on this site (use the search box in the left side-bar), except for Mark Harris' "Editor's Observations" which can be downloaded here.




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Any action from OREGON on the Blakely case?

Posted by: Kya Vieira | Jan 12, 2005 4:12:01 AM

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