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No, the Supreme Court is not about to blow through the 90-day rule

February 04, 2018 | NewsLinks
Supreme Court cases are typically submitted as soon as oral argument concludes. So, it looked like there was a problem when the Supreme Court announced it would not file any opinions tomorrow — the 90th day after the court’s November calendar — even though there are still two undecided cases that were argued on that calendar.

State Supreme Court ruling will help juveniles facing trial as adults

February 01, 2018 | NewsLinks
In a victory for youngsters charged with crimes, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a November 2016 ballot measure, which limited prosecutors’ authority to charge juveniles as adults, applied to all cases that were not yet final when the measure passed.

Supreme Court modifies appealability opinion

February 01, 2018 | NewsLinks
The Supreme Court yesterday on its own motion modified its opinion in Kurwa v. Kislinger. The court in Kurwa had determined that a pending cross-complaint precluded appellate jurisdiction of a case.
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