Posted 27 January 2020 - 03:02 AM
Usually the date a case is set for conference is based on when it was originally distributed to the Judges and their staffs. There is no reason to think that a case would be added to an already published conference list.
Cert petitions are not distributed to the justices until the Brief In Opposition is filed. That took place on Jan 13 2020. With very few exceptions (this is not one of them) the justices have two weeks to review the petition before it is scheduled for a conference. The Brief In Opposition was filed too late to be scheduled for last Friday's conference. CertPool is not an official government website. CertPool compiles its lists from the SCOTUS dockets, and it does add cases to its already published conference lists.
Concealed carry is of no use to me because I don't carry a purse or wear a dress, and I'm not into secret advantage and unmanly assassination.
"Should the Open Carry movement become successful it will result in the greatest dissolution of government power since the collapse of the Soviet Union." - Charles Nichols
"If a monkey looks into a book, a sage cannot look out." - Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
"La plus belle des ruses du diable est de vous persuader qu'il n'existe pas." - Charles Baudelaire
"God doesn't want me and the devil isn't finished with me." - Raymond Reddington
"When you lift the last veil, you might discover that your bride is an ignorant, illiterate child living in a world of fear and superstition." - Charles Nichols.*
* I posted this on my Facebook page on May 20, 2011. Unable to find its origin, I claim to be its creator.