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February 24, 2005

More thoughts on recent SCOTUS work

The blogsphere has some interesting commentary on the criminal justice decisions of the Supreme Court this week.  The double jeopardy case of Smith v. Massachusetts elicited this post from CrimLaw, and Eugene Volokh also discusses, as I mentioned here, the unusual (Booker-like) line-up of Justices in Smith in this post.  And the prison racial segregation case Johnson v. California (basics here, commentary here) has caught Jack Balkin's attention as detailed in this post because of the Justices' varied approach to racial distinctions.

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