The U.S. Supreme Court wrapped up oral arguments for the term on Wednesday. What will the next two months bring? Will there be 4-4 deadlocks? What cases might get orders for reargument? Will a justice retire?

Before the high court formally closes the term, litigation over the Trump administration’s immigration ban executive order could reach the justices. The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit will hear arguments on the ban on May 8, and the Ninth Circuit takes up a Hawaii ruling on May 15. Depending on how quickly those courts rule, the losing side is almost certain to head to the Supreme Court.

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