(ORDER LIST: 534 U.S.)
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2002
APPEAL -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION01-721 ROBERTSON, NORMAN, ET AL. V. BARTELS, LARRY, ET AL.
The judgment is affirmed.
CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION00-1503 GAINESVILLE, FL V. CANNABIS ACTION NETWORK
The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to theUnited States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuitfor further consideration in light of Thomas v. ChicagoPark District, 534 U.S. ___ (2002).
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES01M32 DELK, MONTY ALLEN V. COCKRELL, DIR., TX DCJ
The motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperiswithout an affidavit of indigency executed by petitioneris granted.00-1214 ALABAMA V. SHELTON, LeREED
The motion of National Association of CriminalDefense Lawyers for leave to participate in oralargument as amicus curiae and for divided argument isgranted to be divided as follows: 20 minutes forrespondent and 10 minutes for amicus curiae. The motionof petitioner for additional time for oral argument isdenied. The order of October 1, 2001, granting themotion of Texas, et al., for leave to participate inoral argument as amici curiae and for divided argumentis rescinded.00-1531 ) VERIZON MARYLAND INC. V. PUBLIC SERVICE COMM'N OF MD
The motion of TCG Maryland, Inc. to treatbrief of AT&T Communications of Illinois, Inc.,et al., in Mathias v. WorldCom Technologies, Inc.,No. 00-878, as brief of respondent in these casesis granted. The motion of Illinois Bell dba AmeritechIllinois to consider brief filed in Mathias v.WorldCom Technologies, Inc., No. 00-878, as a brief asamicus curiae in these cases is granted. Justice O Connortook no part in the consideration or decision of thesemotions.00-1737 WATCHTOWER BIBLE, ETC. V. STRATTON, OH, ET AL.
The motion of Electronic Privacy InformationCenter, et al. for leave to file a brief as amici curiaeis granted. The motion of Church of Jesus Christ ofLatter-Day Saints for leave to file a brief as amicuscuriae is granted.00-1751 ) ZELMAN, SUPT. OF PUB. INSTR. V. SIMMONS-HARRIS, DORIS, ET AL.
The motion of petitioners Hanna Perkins School, etal., for additional time for oral argument and fordivided argument is granted and ten additional minutesare allotted for that purpose. The motion of respondentsfor additional time for oral argument and for dividedargument is granted and ten additional minutes areallotted for that purpose.00-1770 ) HUD V. RUCKER, PEARLIE, ET AL.00-1781 ) OAKLAND HOUSING AUTH., ET AL V. RUCKER, PEARLIE, ET AL.
The motion of the Solicitor General for dividedargument is granted. Justice Breyer took no part in theconsideration or decision of this motion.01-46 FED. MARITIME COMM'N V. SC STATE PORTS AUTHORITY
The motion of the Solicitor General for dividedargument is granted and the time for oral argument isdivided as follows: 20 minutes for the Federal MaritimeCommission and 10 minutes for the Solicitor General.01-400 BELL, WARDEN V. CONE, GARY B.
The motion for appointment of counsel is grantedand it is ordered that Robert L. Hutton, Esquire, ofMemphis, Tennessee, is appointed to serve as counsel forthe respondent in this case.01-7149 EMMANUEL, AXELL, ET UX. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
The motion of petitioners for leave to proceed informa pauperis is denied. Petitioners are allowed untilFebruary 12, 2002, within which to pay the docketing feerequired by Rule 38(a) and to submit a petition incompliance with Rule 33.1 of the Rules of this Court.
APPEAL -- JURISDICTION POSTPONED01-714 UTAH, ET AL. V. EVANS, SEC. OF COMMERCE
Further consideration of the question ofjurisdiction is postponed to the hearing of the case onthe merits.
CERTIORARI GRANTED01-704 UNITED STATES, ET AL. V. BEAN, THOMAS L.
The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.01-270 YELLOW FREIGHT SYSTEM, INC. V. MICHIGAN, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari is grantedlimited to the following question: Whether the MichiganSupreme Court erred in holding that, under 49 U.S.C.11506(c)(2)(B)(iv)(III) (1994) and 49 U.S.C. 14504(c)(2)(B)(iv)(III) (Supp. V 1999), only a State s generic fee isrelevant to determining the fee that was collected orcharged as of November 15, 1991.01-705 ) BARNHART, COMM'R, SSA V. PEABODY COAL CO., ET AL.
The petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.The cases are consolidated and a total of one hour isallotted for oral argument.
CERTIORARI DENIED00-1417 ) BECK, GARRICK, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.01-684 COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
The motion of Save Domestic Oil, Inc. for leave tofile a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The petitionfor a writ of certiorari is denied.01-691 STEWART, DIR., AZ DOC V. LAMBRIGHT, JOE L.
The motions of respondents for leave to proceed informa pauperis are granted. The petitions for writs ofcertiorari are denied.01-695 IRWIN MORTGAGE CORP. V. CULPEPPER, JOHN R., ET AL.
The motion of Mortgage Bankers Association ofAmerica, et al. for leave to file a brief as amicicuriae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorariis denied.01-699 HARRIS, BENITA S. V. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.Justice Breyer took no part in the consideration ordecision of these petitions.
HABEAS CORPUS DENIED01-890 IN RE ERIC BALL
The petition for a writ of habeas corpus is denied.
MANDAMUS DENIED01-712 IN RE WILLIAM MAYS, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.01-793 IN RE AUGUSTUS J. SIMMONS
The petition for writ of mandamus and/orprohibition is denied.
REHEARINGS DENIED00-1931 CORDERO, ANGEL F. V. MINETA, SEC. OF TRANSP.
The petitions for rehearing are denied.01-191 IANNACCONE, WILLIAM G. V. MASSANARI, ACTG COMM'R, SSA
The motion of petitioner for production of recordsis denied. The petition for rehearing is denied.