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July 19, 2005

Levy and the Booker pipeline in the 11th Circuit

Thanks to How Appealing, I see that law.com has made available this article from the Daily Business Review which discusses the 11th Circuit's most recent Levy decision (background here) and the way in which the 11th Circuit is handling Booker pipeline cases.  Among other interesting items, the article indicates that over 100 cases from the 11th Circuit have been GVRed by the Supreme Court on Booker grounds.

July 19, 2005 at 08:25 AM | Permalink

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