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June 27, 2011

Lots of interesting last-day SCOTUS action on a variety of fronts

Today marks the last big day of the Supreme Court's October 2010 Term, and the action reported at SCOTUSblog is fast, furious and intriguing.  Though there are no criminal justice blockbuster decisions in the mix, there are lots of interesting developments such as:

As time and energy permits and thoughts justify, I will have separate posts discussion any big sentencing stories lunking in these and other SCOTUS developments today. 

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Another case from CA with Reinhardt on the panel with Pregerson and Wardlaw. Maybe with a little luck Stephen will get one affirmed some day.

Posted by: DaveP | Jun 27, 2011 4:01:44 PM

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