In most cases, the decision on a petition discussed at a particular conference is announced in an order list published at 9:30 a.m. on the Monday following that conference. The “paid” lists contain the cases in which the applicant pays the filing fee in accordance with Rule 38(a); These cases have a file number from 1 to 4999 after the term prefix (e.g., no. 01-325). The “IFP” lists contain the cases in which the applicant submitted the application accompanied by an application for authorization of the procedure in forma pauperis in accordance with Article 39; These cases have a file number greater than 5000 after the term prefix (e.g., no. 01-5474). The timing of the inclusion of petitions on a conference list and their distribution to judges is governed by Rule 15.5. It provides as follows: The case allocation plan sets out the dates on which requests for files must be distributed to the judges and the corresponding pleadings in opposition and reply. It also sets out the dates on which these motions are to be considered by the judges at the conference, although that schedule may change. On January 1, 1955, Chief Justice Earl Warren served as Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade, leading flower-covered floats, marching bands and equestrian units in a grand procession. Chief Justice Warren was the first Supreme Court justice to receive this honour. However, the title was familiar to Warren, having served as Grand Marshal in 1943 while he was governor of California. In 1943, Governor Warren`s duties were more limited, as the parade was cancelled due to U.S.
involvement in World War II. As a heavy downpour threatened the 1955 parade, the events went ahead as planned and were broadcast live in color throughout the country for the second time. Summer Case Distribution Plan – October 2022 Semester (PDF) Users can search for the record in a specific case using a Supreme Court registration number, case name, or other words or numbers included in a case report. The format of the Supreme Court Routing Slip numbers is “Term Year Number” (e.g., 06-123; 07-12; 06-5001). The Supreme Court`s file system contains information on pending and decided cases submitted to the Court. The minutes provided here contain complete information on the state of play of cases brought since the beginning of the 2001 parliamentary term. Questions concerning the application of this rule in certain cases may be addressed to the office of the Office. In 2006, Justice Sandra Day O`Connor became the second Supreme Court justice to serve as Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade.
Featured questions. Questions asked in a given or graded case can be obtained by first obtaining the log report for that case and then clicking on the blue “Questions presented” hyperlink on the left side of the log report. As soon as the hyperlink is clicked, a .pdf file appears with the questions asked in the case. Audio recordings and transcripts of all oral arguments heard by the U.S. Supreme Court will be posted on this website on the same day a closing argument is heard by the Court. Same-day transcripts are considered official, but are subject to a final exam.