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April 7, 2005

Helpful commentary and analysis on recent circuit action

As is evidenced by all the posts with numbers in the title recently, the circuits have been a bit Booker manic this week (consider just yesterday's round-up here).  I am trying to sift the Booker wheat from the chaff (for fear of getting e-mail complaints), but my eye likely sees too much wheat in all things Booker.  Helpfully, the folks running the federal defender websites (assembled here) do a better job than me in spotlighting the really significant cases in the circuits.  So:

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