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October 23, 2008

In DC for ABA sentencing fun

As noted in this prior post, the ABA Criminal Justice Section has put together an amazing sentencing event, titled "Sentencing Advocacy, Practice and Reform Institute," as part of a set of criminal justice meetings this week.  All the details of the sentencing event taking place on Friday can be found in this official brochure.  The ABA's website has this press release discussing other activities that should be of interest to sentencing fans, and I am planning to head this afternoon over to the white-collar crime town hall meeting taking place this afternoon.

I won't be live-blogging any of these events, but I will happily and eagerly link to anyone who does.

October 23, 2008 at 03:07 PM | Permalink


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