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October 28, 2005

Off to Monterey

As noted here at How Appealing, I have the pleasure of sharing a podium tomorrow with Howard Bashman to discuss law blogs at the annual conference of the US District Court for the Eastern District of California in Monterey.  I am about to head for the airport, and thus will be off-line the rest of the day.  Here are some links which highlight that we live in interesting times:

RECENT SCOTUS NOMINEE DEVELOPMENTS

CIA LEAK INVESTIGATION DEVELOPMENTS

WEEKEND SENTENCING READING

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