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April 25, 2007

Big FSG seminar now just a month away

As I have mentioned before, the Annual National Seminar on the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, co-sponsored by the US Sentencing Commission and the Federal Bar Association, is an event not to be missed.   The sixteenth version this year takes place in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 23-25.  All the particulars of this exciting event are set out in this event brochure, which highlights that the Seminar presents an opportunity to commune with the entire sentencing commission, many staff, key judges, prosecutors, professors and others coping with post-Booker realities.

I'll be there moderating a great panel on "Guideline Departures & Variances Outside the Range under ยง 3553(a)."   I am hoping, though doubtful, that Claiborne and Rita will be decided by event.  Even if they aren't, I am sure there will be plenty to talk about. 

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