Supreme Court practice : for practice in the Supreme Court of the United States / Stephen M. Shapiro, Kenneth S. Geller, Timothy S. Bishop, Edward A. Hartnett, Dan Himmelfarb
- Introduction to the Supreme Court -- Jurisdiction to review decisions of federal courts -- Jurisdiction to review decisions of state courts -- Factors motivating the exercise of the court's certiorari appellate jurisdiction -- The manner in which the court determines to take jurisdiction -- Procedure in connection with petitions for certiorari -- Procedure on appeals -- In forma pauperis proceedings -- Certified questions -- Original cases -- Extraordinary writs -- Preparing and printing the joint appendix -- The briefs on the merits -- Oral argument -- Petitions for rehearing and final disposition of cases -- Motions and applications -- Stays, injunctions, and bail -- Capital cases -- Justiciability : standing, mootness, and abatement -- Admissions to the bar and disbarment.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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