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Supreme Court Ruling on Microdecisions v. Skinner

Date APRIL 22, 2005 (retreived 2009-02-12)
Source http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/clerk/dispositions/2005/4/05-255.pdf via any2djvu.djvuzone.org
Author SCOTFL
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