How a Case Made Its Way to SCOTUS Docket During Summer Recess

, Supreme Court Brief


Hundreds of lawyers who filed cert petitions in recent months are waiting for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether or not to grant review. But in an unusual move August 25, the court moved one of the petitions to the head of the line—much to the surprise of the petitioner’s lawyer, UCLA School of Law professor Stuart Banner.

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  • Bright Quang

    Bureacratism The American Court system is great bureaucratic. For example, my case would petition to Supreme Court, so it told me need first at low court. The low Court was reviewing for three times, each time was three months, but it did not judge because it told me to change forms to Case Management conference, and in the end was told to judge for five minutes. As we know the low court, which was not right to jusge for international Treaty as like the Vietnam. Next, when the form (peony) of Supreme Court requests to thirteen rules and the form ( peony) is layouting in a 6 ¹/8 by 9 ¼, which is why the form ( peony) does need within a 6 ¹/8 by 9 ¼, why does it need 6 x 9? It takes advantage of justice as protects bureaucratism when the limitation, against - democracy, protected for dictator.

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