Supreme Court of the United States
All hand-delivered documents are being directed first offsite for screening before being delivered to the Clerk’s Office. The Court is temporarily suspending its practice of allowing filings delivered to the North Drive in an open container before 2:00 p.m. to be sent to the Clerk’s Office on the same day as delivery. It may take up to two days for documents arriving at the North Drive to be physically delivered to the Clerk’s Office.
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