Supreme Court Voting Rules
jca at stanford.edu
Tue Sep 26 20:55:28 PDT 2006
It would compromise intelligence methods and sources, of course.
At 06:27 PM 9/26/2006 -0400, Douglas Laycock wrote:
>An academic friend of mine inquired about the Rule of Six from a friend of
>his who works in the Supreme Court Clerk's office. I am being vague about
>identities because I don't want to risk getting anyone in trouble. My
>friend got the following answer from his friend:
>"I wish I could help. The internal voting rules have now been reduced to
>writing, but the document is considered confidential."
>I am having trouble imagining what could be in this document that can't be
>revealed to lawyers practicing before the Court.
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Janet Cooper Alexander
Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
Stanford CA 94301-8610
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