Volume 137 Issue 7 May 2024

Federal Courts Note

The Role of Certiorari in Emergency Relief

Emergency relief at the Supreme Court takes two major forms: injunctions pending appeal and stays pending appeal. An injunction pending appeal “directs the conduct of a party” while the appeals process unfolds. A common example is…
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