It may be the most comment lament of litigants when they appeal their cases: “When will the court decide my case?”

Often, appellate advocates wonder the same thing. “There is a general sense that opinions take too long to come out,” says Linda Morkan, counsel at Robinson & Cole, who is cochairwoman of the Connecticut Bar Association’s appellate advocacy section but emphasized she was speaking in her individual capacity.

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