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September 8, 2005

Cert. pool filling up with Blakely cases

In posts here and here, I have explored whether John Roberts might impact the Supreme Court's agenda even more than its jurisprudence.  (Of course, I am focused on this issue in part because there are so many post-Blakely and post-Booker questions that I think merit the Supreme Court's attention and in part because I hope not to have to keep kvetching again and again about the Court's grants of cert. in so many death penalty cases.)

Providing a fitting follow-up to my recent reflections on the Supreme Court's likely next foray into the Blakely/Booker thicket, I see from fellow bloggers that the SCOTUS cert. pool is continuing to fill up with cases raising Blakely issues:

September 8, 2005 at 10:46 PM | Permalink

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