[blindLaw] Help understanding SCOTUS responses & Authority
ThomasDukeman at outlook.com
Tue Oct 18 21:22:53 UTC 2022
Hello fellow legal beagles!
I know that SCOTUS only gets involved in legal questions concerning the Constitution, and they can overturn a State court’s decision if asked, and that they only do a certain number a year, what happens to the court cases they send back? Are those decisions still considered legally binding for a time until they get brought to SCOTUS for consideration again, or is it only allowed one attempt at being sent to them and if it gets rejected, that’s it until they change their minds?
Thanks in advance,
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