Cort Wrotnowski, Plaintiff inÂ Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz, has just had his SCOTUS docket updated (link on upper right sidebar, “Supreme Court Info”) to show that his renewed stay application has, in fact, been submitted to Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. It has also been properly back-dated to November 29, as was originally sent prior to the “suspicion” of anthrax(!).
Leo updated his blog:
[UPDATE 2:44pm]Â -Â Cortâ€™s docket has been updated at SCOTUS.Â The application has been â€œrefiled and submitted to Justice Scaliaâ€.
[UPDATE 3:12 pm]Cortâ€™s Docket now shows that the renewed application to Justice Scalia is dated Nov. 29.Â Thatâ€™s the date Cort express mailed the original papers.Â We donâ€™t know if theyâ€™ve passed the original papers on or if they used the new papers submitted in person today by Cort.Â If they used the old papers, then why was Cort told yesterday it would take seven days?Â Perhaps they used the new papers with the original date of filing.Â We donâ€™t know.