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October 3, 2005

More Booker GVRs and lots of cert denieds

Mired in Miers' buzz so far today (posts here and here), I have just now had a chance to look over this morning's order list from the Supreme Court.  Those who missed the tradition of Booker-inspired GVRs while the Court was on its summer break, will be excited to hear that there are nearly 30 new Booker-inspired GVRs on this latest order list.  In addition, the order list includes an incredibly long list of cert denieds (nearly 2000 by my rough estimate); I am sure there are some Blakely and Booker cases in that huge group.

UPDATE:  Thanks to How Appealing, I can link here and here to news stories about notable sentencing-related cases that are among the big group of cert denieds.

October 3, 2005 at 02:23 PM | Permalink

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