‘We’ve already heard enough’

In the vast run of cases, seeking review in the U.S. Supreme Court means filing a certiorari petition asking the court to accept your case for plenary review, including merits, briefing and oral argument. The previous installment of this column addressed an alternative to that traditional request: asking the court to “hold” your certiorari petition until the court issues a ruling in a then-pending case …

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