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March 21, 2005

Lots more SCOTUS Booker GVRs

As noted here, the Supreme Court is back in action today, and part of its morning work was a bunch more Booker-inspired GVRs (that is, cert. Granted, judgment Vacated, case Remanded in light of Booker).  I count on this order list more than 25 additional Booker GVRs, which combined with all the prior GVRs noted and linked here, takes the count well over 500.  I wonder if the SCOTUSblog folks might know if this is some kind of GVR record.

Interestingly, the order list also has one GVR due to Shepard's new guidance on criminal history (basics summarized here, commentary here and here and here), and one GVR due to Dotson's new guidance on legal challenges to parole procedures (background here).

March 21, 2005 at 10:32 AM | Permalink


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