Relist Watch

John Elwood reviews Monday’s relisted cases.
For the first time since this crusty old man was on the bar mitzvah circuit, the United States has a Triple Crown winner. Meanwhile, on a stud farm somewhere in Kentucky, all the horses are tired of hearing the old blowhard going on about how things would have been different if he’d just been named California Chroam. But you don’t have to be an American Pharoah to taste victory. This was a good week for underdogs of every stripe. And since there is no greater longshot than a cert. petition, this should be a good week for relists.
Three of last week’s relists made it to the winner’s circle. First, Luis v. United States, 14-419, succeeded after three relists and a reschedule, becoming the rare rescheduled case to (eventually) find glory. Luis asks

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