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November 8, 2004

Tomorrow's the big day?

Marty Lederman over at the SCOTUS Blog is reporting here that "[t]omorrow the Court will issue one or more opinions from the eleven arguments in the October sitting." I would be shocked if the High Court were to issue an opinion on another case before completing Booker and Fanfan, and thus I think tomorrow is the big day.

Readers are encouraged in the comments to predict the outcome, the authors of opinions and anything else that strikes them as we seem to be 24 hours and counting to a decision in Booker and Fanfan.

November 8, 2004 at 10:12 AM | Permalink


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Actually, although it's not entirely out of the quesion, I would be *very* surprised if the Court decided Booker and Fanfan tomorrow. If I had to predict, I'd say December 7th, 8th or 13th.

Posted by: Marty Lederman | Nov 8, 2004 10:30:23 AM

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