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The Supreme Court last week took no action on D.C.’s petition seeking to resurrect its strict handgun ban. Supreme Court expert Roy Englert Jr. of Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber says it’s not uncommon for the Court to delay a vote and relist a case for consideration at a future conference one or more times. “It can be as simple as a justice wanting a law clerk to do more research” before the justice decides whether to vote to grant or deny review, says Englert. Sometimes, though infrequently, it can signal that the Court is denying review and that a justice is writing a dissent from the denial. The next Court conference when the case might come up again is Nov. 20.
Tony Mauro can be contacted at [email protected].

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