Breaking: Justice Breyer Enters Stay In The Belfast Project Case

Justice Breyer, acting as circuit justice, has stayed the First Circuit’s mandate in the Belfast Project case “pending receipt of a response, due on or before Thursday, October 11, 2012, by 4 p.m., and further order of [Justice Breyer] or of the Court” I’ll keep you posted as this develops.

5 responses to “Breaking: Justice Breyer Enters Stay In The Belfast Project Case”

  1. anon

    McIntyre has lost his case in the Belfast high court.

    1. Thank you, anon, for the comment. I’ve just posted on this.

  2. […] it seems that all that stands between the PSNI and the interviews is Justice Breyer’s ten-day stay. […]

  3. […] McIntyre’s application to Justice Breyer for a stay in the Belfast Project case. In an earlier order, Justice Breyer had granted a temporary stay pending the government’s […]

  4. […] that being said, Justice Breyer’s stay remains in effect until it expires or the Justice or the full Court acts to modify or dissolve it. […]

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