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May 5, 2006

SCOTUS argument transcript for Recuenco

The last person closely watching the Supreme Court doings in the Blakely error case of Washington v. Recuenco (No. 05-83) was kind enough to let me know that the transcript from last month's oral argument is now available at this link.  I fear I may not get a chance to read and comment on this transcript anytime soon, but readers are encourage to compare the actual argument transcript to my coverage in prior posts linked below:

Recent related Recuenco coverage:

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Finally a transcript. The MSM barely covered this argument at all.

Posted by: Clarence | May 6, 2006 4:11:59 AM

Having read the argument transcript, and having re-read the parties' merits briefs, I am working on a follow up my earlier article (posted on this Blog) "Is Recuenco Sentencing Case a Big Fat Dud?" I hope to have it to Doug early in the week, and I would be flattered if he posted it here.

Posted by: Steve | May 6, 2006 12:57:45 PM

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