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They learn so slowly....... That won't work.
This seems to be more of a delay tactic at this point. I don't think they're that stupid to believe SCOTUS will simply boot the case because MD doesn't think it's important enough to respond to.

So what'll happen is a week or two goes by (maybe more), SCOTUS will request a response in a month or two, then when that's due MD can request several extensions (cuz they're busy). But with NYSRPA continuing, ultimately this case will join Rogers and the other cases and be put on hold pending NYSRPA's resolution (likely June). That's my prediction anyway.
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If I were a Justice, I'd have a clerk request a reply immediately upon receipt of the waiver on any non-criminal BoR case, just out of principle.
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The AG's Office has waived their right to respond...

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Frosh cutting his losses? Like with the DC decision?
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Frosh cutting his losses? Like with the DC decision?
A waiver buys you another 30 days, plus normally tells the court you don't consider the effort worth consideration. It isn't a concession.
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This seems to be more of a delay tactic at this point. I don't think they're that stupid to believe SCOTUS will simply boot the case because MD doesn't think it's important enough to respond to.

So what'll happen is a week or two goes by (maybe more), SCOTUS will request a response in a month or two, then when that's due MD can request several extensions (cuz they're busy). But with NYSRPA continuing, ultimately this case will join Rogers and the other cases and be put on hold pending NYSRPA's resolution (likely June). That's my prediction anyway.
The Court is less generous with extensions where there was a waiver and then a response requested. It does buy them delay. It also makes them look like they are doing it in bad faith (for purposes of delay) after NJ tried it in Rogers and a response was requested. https://www.supremecourt.gov/search....ic/18-824.html Too clever by half. Notably Mass didn't try this stunt in Gould. I agree, the case will be held, just like Rogers and Gould have been held.
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The Court is less generous with extensions where there was a waiver and then a response requested. It does buy them delay. It also makes them look like they are doing it in bad faith (for purposes of delay) after NJ tried it in Rogers and a response was requested. https://www.supremecourt.gov/search....ic/18-824.html Too clever by half. Notably Mass didn't try this stunt in Gould. I agree, the case will be held, just like Rogers and Gould have been held.
Although it may make them look bad I doubt they care or believe it'll change any justices mind about how they'll rule.
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