About 1% of all cases requesting review from the US Supreme Court will be granted and anywhere from 8,000-10,000 requests are made each year. There is no set amount of time from filing of the writ to decision on whether the Supreme Court will hear it. Most would guess about a year. This may help you: http://blogs.ilw.com/carlshusterman/current-aff...
This one indicates it may happen around June, but could be later: http://lawandborder.com/?p=2334Ask a similar question
By this Spring.
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I agree with my colleague.
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