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October 14, 2004

Better than okay in OK

I have a fast hotel connection here in Oklahoma City (where I am participating in this exciting conference tomorrow). And to celebrate all things Sooner, I cannot help linking back to the great O'Daniel decision by Chief Judge Sven Erik Holmes of the Northern District of Oklahoma here, and also a great pre-Blakey report from the Oklahoma Sentencing Commission here.

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Hello. I have the pending pet cert in Restrepo v. U.S. Are you going to post the oral argument transcripts from Booker and Fanfan? Thanks. Conrad Seifert

Posted by: Conrad Seifert | Oct 14, 2004 7:39:04 PM

The Supremem Court transcript in U.S. v. Booker is now available.

Posted by: roxanne | Oct 14, 2004 7:41:03 PM

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