Issue: Whether, when a petitioner has previously challenged his judgement of conviction in a federal habeas action, the vacation by a state court of one of multiple counts of that judgement, which results in no resentencing or change to the sentences of the remaining counts, constitutes a new judgement for the purposes of the rules governing the filing of successive habeas petitions.
On Monday the Court granted five new cases and issued four opinions in argued cases. The archived Live Blog is here.
On Thursday the Justices will meet for their May 23 Conference. Our list of “Petitions to watch” for that Conference is here.
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1. The Silent Ts
Georgetown University Law Center
1. Ninos Angels
George Washington University Law School
1. Protect Sam Chase
St. Johns University School of Law
1. Bro Bono
Indiana University -Bloomington, Maurer School of Law
5. Motion to Strike
Cornell University Law School
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