Court Grants Certiorari In Firm Cases

  • April 4, 2011: Court grants Stanford clinic's petition for certiorari in Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Burlington, which presents the issue whether a jail may conduct suspicionless strip searches of all admittees no matter what the charges or circumstances of their arrests. Tom Goldstein, who co-teaches the clinic, will argue the case before the Court in the fall. See coverage on SCOTUSblog and Westlaw News & Insight.
  • April 4, 2011: Court grants Stanford clinic's petition for certiorari in Greene v. Fisher, presenting the issue whether a state prisoner may obtain federal habeas corpus relief based on a violation of a U.S. Supreme Court decision announced after the last state-court decision on the merits of his direct appeal but before that appeal became final. See coverage on SCOTUSblog
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