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Court News

  • Oklahoma seeks faster health care appeal (UPDATED)Oklahoma seeks faster health care appeal (UPDATED)UPDATED 11:21 a.m.   The Oklahoma petition for review before the appeals court rules is here.  The state noted that it is willing to have its case, if granted, put on the same briefing schedule as King v. Burwell, and asks for a quick response to its petition if the Court wishes a response.  The state […]Saturday, Nov 22, 2014
  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is: Chandler v. United States 14-282 Issue: Whether conspiracy to commit a robbery, absent any overt act in furtherance of the crime, is itself a violent felony presenting a serious potential risk of physical injury justifying an enhanced sentence under the Armed Career Criminal Act.Saturday, Nov 22, 2014
  • Supreme Court Allows Same-Sex Marriages to Proceed in South CarolinaThe Supreme Court declined to hear an emergency application from South Carolina officials to stay a lower court ruling allowing same-sex marriages.Friday, Nov 21, 2014
  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is: Harris v. Viegelahn 14-400 Issue: Whether, when a debtor in good faith converts a bankruptcy case to Chapter 7 after confirmation of a Chapter 13 plan, undistributed funds held by the Chapter 13 trustee are refunded to the debtor (as the Third Circuit held in In re Michael), or distributed to […]Friday, Nov 21, 2014
  • New same-sex marriage case at the CourtNew same-sex marriage case at the CourtLawyers for seven same-sex couples in Louisiana — some married, some seeking to marry — asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to review the case before it is decided in a federal appeals court.  The case, the lawyers argued, would widen the scope of the Court’s consideration of the constitutional controversy.  The new petition is […]Thursday, Nov 20, 2014
  • Same-sex marriages can go ahead in South CarolinaSame-sex marriages can go ahead in South CarolinaWith two Justices dissenting, the Supreme Court on Thursday refused to delay same-sex marriages in South Carolina, leaving intact a federal judge’s order that goes into effect at noon and strikes down the state’s ban.  Neither the Court nor the dissenters gave any explanation. The order continued the Court’s pattern in recent weeks of refusing to […]Thursday, Nov 20, 2014