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January 24, 2005

So many cases, so much time

The Supreme Court's seemingly pro forma remands of 450 cases in light of Booker (noted here) has prompted a number of newspapers to discuss high-profile local cases in that mix.  Just some of the stories of this sort come from Boston, Kansas City, and Maine and New Hampshire, and general coverage comes from this AP story.  A similar piece discussing the possible impact of Booker with a focus on local cases comes from the Cincinnati Post.

Morning update: Additional thoughtful coverage of the remands can be found this morning in the Washington Post.

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My father is associated with this case

Posted by: mark | Jan 25, 2005 8:19:09 PM

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