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January 7, 2005

A (too?) clever Blakely plea attempt

With many thanks to a reader for the tip, I can note this fascinating article from Chicago discussing a federal white-collar offender's attempt to plea guilty without "Blakely" enhancements.  As the article details, prosecutors have urged US District Judge Elaine Bucklo to reject the defendant's guilty plea as "fluff."

January 7, 2005 at 11:40 AM | Permalink


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