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2002 TERM IN-CHAMBERS OPINIONS


An in-chambers opinion is written by an individual Justice, usually the Justice for the Circuit from which the case arises, to dispose of an application by a party to the case for interim relief, e.g., for a stay of the judgment of the court below, for vacation of a stay, or for a temporary injunction. Any in-chambers opinions written during October Term 2002, which began on October 7, 2002, and which ended on October 5, 2003, were posted here on the day of their issuance. They will remain posted until they are published in a bound volume of the United States Reports. For further information, see Column Header Definitions.

Caution: These electronic opinions may contain computer-generated errors or other deviations from the official paper versions of the opinions. Moreover, the original version of an in-chambers opinion is replaced within a few months by a paginated version of the opinion in the preliminary print, and-one year after the issuance of that print-by the final version of the case in a U. S. Reports bound volume. In case of discrepancies between the print and electronic versions of an in-chambers opinion, the print version controls. In case of discrepancies between the in-chambers opinion and any later official version of the opinion, the later version controls.

Date Docket Name J. Pt.
06/09/03 02A1042 Prato v. Vallas JS 539/1
03/21/03 02A777 Kenyeres v. Ashcroft K 538/1
11/29/02 02A449 Chabad of Southern Ohio v. Cincinnati JS 537/1


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