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Sunday, March 09, 2003

 


I will write a longer post about Howard and Everina Washington later, but I just want to quickly say to anyone who might want to read it that the opinions are published in the wrong order. This case has a majority opinion and four concurrences. The second to last opinion by Judge Beghe quotes and responds to the opinion of Judge Vasquez, which is last. Later in Judge Beghe�s opinion, he makes arguments that previous concurrences were obviously responding to. The correct way to read this case is to start with the majority opinion, then read the concurrences in reverse order of that presented. So that would be: Majority opinion, Vasquez, Beghe, Halpern, and then Wells.



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