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Plump v. Riley: Governor seeks further extension of Bowman's term, loses, and asks Justice Thomas for stay

Governor Riley asked the three-judge court for a stay pending appeal. We (Jim Blacksher and I) opposed the motion. The court has now granted a one-month extension to the stay.

Riley, not satisfied with one month, has asked Justice Clarence Thomas for a stay for the full time that the appeal is pending.

This entry was posted by Edward at 9:19 PM, 17 April 2008 | Categories: Documents from cases , Voting Rights Act

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