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March 1, 2005

Still more Booker GVRs from SCOTUS

I was very well treated by the kind folks at Loyola Law School during my Monday faculty workshop, and election law uber-blogger Rick Hasen noted that today's SCOTUS work included more Booker-inspired GVRs (that is, cert. Granted, judgment Vacated, case Remanded in light of Booker).  Indeed, as detailed in this list of orders, today there were more than 50 Booker-inspired GVRs (to go along with the more than 30 GVRs from last week noted here).

March 1, 2005 at 02:10 AM | Permalink

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