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January 12, 2005

Lucky seven?

By my count, today marks the seventh time this term the Supreme Court has plans to release opinions in argued cases.  Will seven be the lucky number for Booker and Fanfan?  Of course, yesterday I made this bold prediction that we will see Roper and not Booker and Fanfan today.  Given my prediction track-record, this means anything else is likely to happen.

In any event, you may be now know the pre-Booker drill.  Let me list here some of the recent pre-Booker "gearing up" posts:

Also, additional posts of note and background materials on Blakely and Booker and Fanfan are at my Blakely Basics page, and still more information can be accessed through the Booker/Fanfan and Blakely page links in the right side-bar.

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"A third opinion -- apparently bulky in size -- will be announced shortly"

(crosses fingers, rubs lucky rabbit's foot)

Posted by: jeff Wood | Jan 12, 2005 10:19:10 AM

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