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An in-chambers opinion is written by an individual Justice to dispose of an application by a party 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 will be posted here on the day of their issuance and will remain posted until published in the bound volume of the United States Reports. For further information, see Column Header Definitions.

Term Year Date Docket Name Revised J. Pt.
2023 3/18/24 23A843 Navarro v. United States   R 601/1


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