The Shadow Docket

Robert V. Percival - University of Maryland Law School
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The Supreme Court Justices in front of mountain scenery

LEAD FEATURE Orders issued without plenary review and oral argument used to be rare at the Supreme Court. That changed under the Trump administration. The result was emergency stays issued on average every two months, almost exclusively favoring conservative policy outcomes.

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