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December 7, 2005

Accounts of SCOTUS arguments in Guzek and Marsh

As previous noted here, the Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in two capital cases, Oregon v. Guzek and Kansas v. MarshThis AP account provides snippets of the arguments in both cases, and Lyle Denniston has a thorough report here at SCOTUSblog concerning the Marsh argument.  I suspect both cases could be close votes.

UPDATE: Howard at How Appealing has collected here some of the morning newspaper coverage of the arguments in Guzek and Marsh.

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