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Given the continued proliferation of law-related weblogs, including blogs written by professors and attorneys with expertise in various substantive areas of the law, one frequently finds on the Internet a robust and insightful discussion of cases pending before the courts for resolution. What should judges do if, while visiting the legal blogosphere, they encounter discussions about how pending cases ought to be decided?

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