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July 19, 2004

Late breaking developments on many fronts

I will be posting at length later tonight about many late day developments: (1) SCOTUSBlog reporting here about the Solicitor General's plans for getting a Blakely case in front of the Supreme Court soon; (2) the Blakely Blog reporting here about (sketchy) information concerning the Sixth Circuit vacating sua sponte the decision in Montgomery; and (3) efforts afoot by Frank Bowman to get the Sentencing Commission and Congress to continue to consider fast action to try to clean up the Blakely mess through legislative action. A lot more details and commentary in coming posts.

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6th Cir PACER (on-line docket sheets) reflect that on 7/19/04 an ORDER was filed in USA v. Montgomery granting the request of a member of the Court for rehearing of the case en banc. "The appeal is reinstated. The previous decision and judgement of this Court is vacated, the mandate is stayed." Supplemental briefing ordered the same day... Oddly, the order does not appear to be published...

Posted by: Fed Public Defender | Jul 19, 2004 10:51:39 PM

Montgomery granting the request of a member of the Court for rehearing of the case en banc.

Posted by: Robe de Soirée 2013 | Dec 13, 2012 12:26:12 AM

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