A petitioner in the U.S. Supreme Court experiences a rush of optimism when the justices call for the views of the solicitor general. It signals that some justices are interested in the petition. But is that optimism well-founded? Well, yes and no.
Court's call for SG's opinion helps a petitioner, but it's 'no ticket to the dance'
The National Law Journal
January 30, 2013
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