How could the court enter order before the deadline of amicu brief filing?
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YongLi
07/25/2008, 10:16:34
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Hi everyone,

Today I suddenly received an order that the court denied
my Application for Further Appellate Review. It confused
me because the court granted my motion to allow NAACP
for filing amicus curiae brief on or before August 16, 2008.
I called the office clerker, Susan Mellen, and she told me
that the deadline for NAACP is still August 16, 2008.
If the court receive the amicus curiae brief before that time,
the court will treat it as a Motion for Reconsideration.

Apparently, it is an signal that the court does not want
NAACP expressing opinions on case, or the court does care
if any civil right organization involved. I do feel, and always
feel, we (the minoraty) are so weak, and so helpless
and hopeless. The court just could do whatever they want
without any hesitate.

Regards
Yong





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