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The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last week issued its long-awaited decision inIrons v. Carey, a case in which that court had asked the parties to brief whether congressional limitations on a federal court’s ability to grant habeas relief to a state prisoner are constitutional. When a three-judge federal appellate court panel issues a decision consisting of four separate opinions, you are assured that some interesting reading awaits.
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