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December 13, 2004

Will it be today, or another month of waiting?

Gosh knows, though I am enjoying all the speculating and prognosticating, I am ready for a decision in Booker and Fanfan. Others around the blogsphere seem ready, too, as evidenced by the recent Blakely posts from TalkLeft, The Volokh Conspiracy's Orin Kerr, and Jonathan Soglin at Criminal Appeal.  (Jonathan's post also interestingly notes that the California Supreme Court has not yet scheduled argument in its two Blakely cases, even though review was granted in July.)

Of course, the big question is whether Booker and Fanfan are ready for us.  We should know in a few hours.  Stay tuned.

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It’s getting close to the time we should know. My fingers are getting tired of hitting the refresh button and rubbing my lucky rabbit's foot!

Posted by: Jeff | Dec 13, 2004 10:00:20 AM

SCOTUSBlog says Florida v Nixon, a death penalty ineffective assistance of counsel decision by the Florida Supreme Court was reversed this morning by 8-0 vote.

Posted by: Peter G | Dec 13, 2004 10:14:48 AM

Sorry for a back to back post but...

The docket sheet for Booker/Fanfan will not pull up on the Supreme Ct. web site. Is this a sign???

Posted by: jeff | Dec 13, 2004 10:16:25 AM

No Booker/Fanfan. See SCOTUSblog.

Posted by: Farnsworth | Dec 13, 2004 10:23:49 AM

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