Rubashkin Case Not on Supreme Court List ..So Far

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An order list released this morning by the Supreme Court detailing which cases would be heard during its upcoming term did not include the Rubashkin case, leaving many wondering what that omission might mean.

“Nothing can be determined at this point in time,” Rubashkin’s lawyer, attorney Nathan Lewin told VIN News. “The court practice is that the judges come back from the summer, have a secret conference, and they list the cases they agree to hear. They will come back on Monday and only then will we find out what this means for our case.”

The fact that the Rubashkin case did not appear on today’s order list does not mean the case was denied. A list of all cases that have been denied will be posted by the Supreme Court on Monday.

According to Lewin, if the case was not denied, there are two other potential outcomes.


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