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Date: Wed, 23 Jul 1997 05:39:40 -0700
To: hdqrs@worldnet.att.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: DOJ defaults in Gilbertson appeal (unconfirmed)

Drew S. Days, III
Solicitor General
Department of Justice
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Washington 20530/tdc

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At 11:10 PM 7/22/97 -0500, you wrote:
>At 04:32 AM 7/23/97 +0000, Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>>We have an unconfirmed late report tonight
>>that the Department of Justice has defaulted
>>in the face of their July 18, 1997, deadline
>>either to file a REPLY BRIEF, or to request
>>an extension of time to file, in the Gilbertson
>>appeal now before the 8th Circuit Court of 
>>Appeals in St. Louis.  I will try to confirm 
>>this tomorrow.  It would help if several of us
>>were to call the Solicitor General's office in 
>>D.C. tomorrow, and ask the same question: 
>>Have you decided not to file a REPLY BRIEF 
>>in the Gilbertson appeal to the 8th Circuit?
>I will call tomorrow.  Do you have the 202 number handy?
>>If they have decided against a REPLY BRIEF,
>>this is extremely significant, because it
>>means that they cannot rebut ANYTHING which
>>we wrote in Gilbertson's OPENING BRIEF.
>old jim

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