Supreme Court Practice: For Practice in the Supreme Court of the United States

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Robert L. Stern
Bureau of National Affairs, Jan 1, 2002 - Law - 1290 pages
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An overview of the Supreme Court's history, organization, and procedural framework. Experienced litigators offer insights into effective Supreme Court practice and discuss the Court's jurisdiction over state and federal cases, factors that motivate its exercise of certiorari jurisdiction, procedures for petitioning for certiorari, procedures on appeals, in forma pauperis proceedings, certified questions, original cases, preparing and printing the joint appendix, briefs on the merits of oral argument, petitions for rehearing and final disposition of cases, motions, and applications, bail and stays, justiciability, admissions to the bar, and more.

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