Supreme Court Will Now Tell You When It Edits Opinions

Law360, Los Angeles (October 5, 2015, 10:32 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court kicked off its October term Monday with a few new rules, including a policy that requires the court to disclose changes to its opinions and when those changes were made, according to the high court.

The court added a new column to its listings of slip opinions that indicates to readers whether a decision has been revised and, if so, when, according to the court's website. The revision will be highlighted in the opinion, the court said.

"Beginning with the October Term 2015, postrelease edits to slip opinions on the court's website will be highlighted and the...

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