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December 31, 2020

A bloggy review of the sentencing year that was 2020

I always enjoy "year in review" pieces, even in years like 2020 that many folks may quite rightly be quite eager to forget.  So I figured I might as well "celebrate" the end of a rough year with a "bloggy" accounting of 2020 based on an all-too-quick review of some blog posts from the past year.  This accounting is not meant to be representative or even all that reflective of the year that was, it is just a list of a few post titles catching my eye for each month as I went though my 2020 archives:

From January 2020

From February 2020

From March 2020

From April 2020

From May 2020

From June 2020

From July 2020

From August 2020

From September 2020

From October 2020

From November 2020

From December 2020

December 31, 2020 at 01:51 PM | Permalink


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