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Friday, April 20, 2007 

Seventh Circuit Releases Thompson Decision

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has released their opinion in US v Thompson. I've discussed the Georgia Thompson case previously and have been eagerly awaiting this opinion. I'm going to finish lunch and read the opinion (Chief Judge Easterbrook wrote for the court). Updates to come.

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