Many lawyers are familiar with the process for seeking discretionary review in the Illinois Supreme Court with a petition for leave to appeal, or PLA. Perhaps less familiar, however, is the Supreme Court’s authority to offer some relief from an adverse lower court judgment — without a full round of additional briefing — pursuant to the court’s supervisory power. This authority is broad …
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