U.S. Supreme Court justices have looked at your petition for review a whopping seven times without deciding whether to take it. Are you in relist limbo without a chance of the redemptive four votes needed to open the courtroom gates?

If you are David Thompson of Washington’s Cooper & Kirk, you might be forgiven for both wanting and dreading an answer. Thompson is counsel of record for the challenger to an assault-weapons ban by the city of Highland Park, Illinois.

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