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April 23, 2005

A manual of Booker defense strategies

I just received from the Federal Defender Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania an impressive document entitled "Booker Litigation Strategies Manual: A Reference for Criminal Defense Attorneys." Recently updated, this document runs 75 pages and provides a collection of strategies and ideas drawn from federal defenders from around the country. This version, which is available for download below, includes bookmarks and hyperlinks to aid navigating around the document. 

I am glad to receive and be able to share this valuable document, and I have been told that future updates will be posted at this Blakely/Booker page of the website maintained by the Office of Defender Services Training Branch (ODSTB) of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.  That page also has Fran Pratt's outline of post-Booker decisions and other helpful Booker materials.

Download latest_booker_defense_strategies.pdf

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