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US Supreme Court: jnl02

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OCTOBER TERM 2002
Reference Index
Contents:
Page
Statistics .......................................................................................
II
General ..........................................................................................
III
Appeals .........................................................................................
III
Arguments ...................................................................................
III
Attorneys ......................................................................................
IV
Briefs .............................................................................................
IV
Certiorari .....................................................................................
IV
Costs ..............................................................................................
V
Granted Cases .............................................................................
V
Habeas ...........................................................................................
V
 Judgments, Mandates, and Opinions .......................................
V
Motions .........................................................................................
VI
Original Cases .............................................................................
VI
Parties ...........................................................................................
VI
Rules .............................................................................................
VI
Stays ..............................................................................................
VII
Conclusion ....................................................................................
VII(I)
 
II
STATISTICS AS OF JUNE 27, 2003
In FormaPaidOriginal Pauperis TotalCasesCases
Number of cases on docket..................... 7 2190 7209 9406Cases disposed of...................................... 1 1853 6483 8337Remaining on docket............. 6 337 726 1069
Cases docketed during term:Paid cases............................................................................................ 1869
In forma pauperis
cases.................................................................. 6386Original cases..................................................................................... 0Total..................................................................................................... 8255Cases remaining from last term............................................................... 1151Total cases on the docket........................................................................... 9406Cases disposed of......................................................................................... 8337Number remaining on docket.................................................................... 1069Petitions for certiorari granted:In Paid cases....................................................................................... 68In
in forma pauperis
cases............................................................. 8Appeals granted:In Paid cases....................................................................................... 15Total cases granted plenary review......................................................... 91Cases argued during term......................................................................... 84Number disposed of by full opinions............................................. 79Number disposed of by
per curiam
opinions .............................. 5Number set for reargument next term......................................... 0Cases available for argument at beginning of term............................. 47Disposed of summarily after review was granted................................ 3Original cases set for argument............................................................... 1Cases reviewed and decided without oral argument ........................... 66Total cases available for argument at start of next term................... 52Number of written opinions of the Court............................................... 71
Per Curiam
opinions in argued cases..................................................... 5Number of lawyers admitted to practice as of June 27, 2003:On written motion............................................................................. 2849On oral motion.................................................................................... 1725Total................................................................................................ 4574
 
III
GENERAL:
Page
2001 Term closed and 2002 Term convened October 7,2002.......................................................................................... 1Building closed due to inclement weather, February 18,2003Dowling, Shelley, Librarian, retirement noted by theChief Justice........................................................................... 1104Gaskell, Judith A., Appointment as Librarian announcedby Chief Justice, Order of appointment................... 1104, 1153Lorson, Francis, Chief Deputy Clerk, retirement noted bythe Chief Justice ................................................................... 1Rapp, Cynthia J., Appointment as Deputy Clerk noted bythe Chief Justice ................................................................... 1Vasil, Christopher W., Appointment as Chief DeputyClerk noted by the Chief Justice....................................... 1Wallace, Lawrence, Chief Justice noted Mr. Wallace’s157
th
argument and upcoming retirement........................ 323White, J. (Retired) Resolutions of the Bar presented........ 351APPEALS:Affirmed, two Justices would note probable jurisdiction(02–200)................................................................................... 275Dismissed as Moot (01–1817; 01–1823; 01–1873; 02–135).... 1Dismissed for want of jurisdiction (01–1713)....................... 1Probable jurisdiction noted (02–361; 02–182; 02–1580)...... 310,547, 1106Probable jurisdiction noted, 12 jurisdictional statementsconsolidated (02–1674).......................................................... 1025ARGUMENTS:Argument
pro hac vice
(01–7574; 01–963; 01–1269;02–473).............................................................. 302, 305, 564, 1135Divided Argument by issue (02–1674)................................... 1135Rule 12.4 case argued (01–705)............................................... 204Supplemental briefs, two weeks prior to argument coun-sel ordered to file supplemental briefs (01–9094)........... 269Supplemental briefs, three days prior to argument coun-sel ordered to be prepared to discuss jurisdiction andto file supplemental briefs (02–5664)................................ 679Supplemental briefs, at the conclusion of the argumentthe Chief Justice told parties to file supplementalbriefs (02–196) ....................................................................... 706