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Old February 14, 2014, 05:18 PM   #91
lake393
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For anyone who doesn't have time to trudge through all 127 pages, read this article, which came out today: Ninth Circuit Peruta ruling reveals faults with other circuit opinions

It analyses yesterday's 9th Circuit CoA victory in Peruta v. San Diego, in which Judge O’Scannlain's ruling and 127-pg majority opinion contradicted and flat-out shamed three previous CoA rulings (Drake in CoA 2, Wollard in CoA 3, & Kachalsky in CoA 4), and really thew down the gauntlet for the SCOTUS to take-up Drake v. Jerejian.

Good news methinks.

EDIT: Correction from Al Norris:
Kachalsky was CA2; Woollard was CA4; and Drake is CA3

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