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July 21, 2004

The Solicitor General Speaks!!

Re-load the paper in your printers, because I have been lucky enough to receive pdf copies of the documents that United States has filed in the Supreme Court today seeking expedited review of US v. Booker and US v. Fanfan!! It appears that US v. Booker will be assigned docket number 04-104, and US v. Fanfan will be assigned docket number 04-105.

Here are the Booker documents (including the joint motion to expedite):
Download booker_fanfan_motion_to_expedite.pdf
Download Booker.Petition.pdf
Download Booker.App.A.pdf

Here are the Fanfan documents:
Download FanFan.Petition.pdf
Download FanFan.Appendix.pdf
Download fanfan_app.attach.16-21.pdf

UPDATE: the fine folks over at at the SCOTUSBlog have, as usual, all the goods on all the Supreme Court doings, including a cool audio file.

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