Legal Question in Civil Litigation in Arizona
John files a breach of contract suit against Kay, and loses. John appeals, and loses again. The United States Supreme Court is
required to hear the case if John appeals again.
required to hear the case if John lost in a federal court.
required to hear the case if John lost in a state court.
not required to hear the case.
can you tell me which answer it is??
Asked on 12/07/11, 8:02 am
1 Answer from Attorneys
Marc Victor Marc J. Victor P.C.
The United States Supreme Court is never required to take a case. They generally accept cases where federal appellate courts disagree or it involves constitutional issue of first impression likely to occur in the future. It would be extraordinarily unlikely for them to accept an ordinary breach of contract case.
Answered on 12/07/11, 9:16 am
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