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Sullivan Decision

The companion Sullivan case, involving issues of procedural default in habeas, has been "dismissed as improvidently granted," a phrase more literally true in this case than usual.

Will Sullivan get the benefit of the Graham decision, despite the dismissal of his present petition? My initial impression is that I think he will, but I will have more to say on that later when I have had a chance to review the Florida procedural law.

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