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July 17, 2006


Eric Zagrans

Thank you, S. Cotus, for the warm welcome, although I'm not sure that Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee can still be considered "previously unknown and unexplored" -- at least not since the "New Yorker" magazine cover about 25 years ago which clearly showed Ohio as being the next neighborhood over from 10th Avenue and the Hudson River and right before you get to California.

I am an admirer of your excellent blog and we have linked to it on our blog, which has a narrower focus than yours. "SixthCircuitBlog" is devoted to appellate law and practice within just the Sixth Circuit and the highest courts of the four states comprising the circuit, which is not to say that we won't from time to time stray outside the Sixth Circuit to comment on legal issues of especial interest or that have the potential to come before courts within the Circuit. We are different from another blog started before ours which is written by certain Public Defender offices within the Sixth Circuit and appears to deal exclusively with federal criminal issues.

Thank you again, and I look forward to opportunities for exchanging ideas and perspectives on Sixth Circuit decisions in the future. Best of luck to you, Sixth Circuit and the other contributors to your fine work.

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