Chief Judge Merrick Garland isn’t handling any cases while he waits for the U.S. Senate to act on his U.S. Supreme Court nomination, but he isn’t totally slacking off.
Garland on Wednesday announced the launch of a new section on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s website that will make unpublished judgments — decisions that don’t carry precedential weight in the circuit — available to the public for free.
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