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February 5, 2007

Mark your SCOTUS calenders

Sentencing fans may be intrigued to hear that, as detailed here at SCOTUSblog, April afternoons will be the exciting times for notable Supreme Court oral arguments.  Specifically, the afternoon of Tuesday April 17 brings Uttecht v. Brown ("federal court authority to overturn state judge's removal of a juror in a murder trial"), and the afternoon of Wednesday April 18 brings Panetti v. Quarterman ("constitutionality of executing a death row inmate who has a delusion about why he is being executed").

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