Thursday, April 13, 2006

Unpublished opinions before the Supreme Court

Rule of Appellate Procedure 32.1, allowing citation of unpublished opinions before all US appellate courts, has been passed. No longer will the judiciary be allowed to say "don't do what I say, let alone do what I do." A small vindication for the rule of law--as long as this doesn't lead to more summary judgments and one-word opinions. Hat tip to the Law Library Reference Blog, where there is more information.


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