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April 1, 2005

Returning to Ohio

Weather permitting, I'll be heading back to Ohio this weekend.  But I see from the papers that Ohio sentencing developments have not slowed down in my absence.  This article reviews the state of Blakely in Ohio (background here and here and here), and it suggests that Ohio's Attorney General is now advocating a legislative fix for possible Blakely problems in Ohio.  And this article discusses an important new ruling from an Ohio appellate court concerning the application of a change in Ohio's parole procedures.  When I get back to Ohio and my regular computer facilities, I hope to be able to return to active blogging about these and other developments in Ohio and beyond.

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