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1 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample

2 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained 2 3 4

3 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2 3 4

4 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way 3 4

5 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way Brady v. Maryland 3 4

6 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way Brady v. Maryland 3Federal issue finally decided in state court and cannot survive for later review 4

7 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way Brady v. Maryland 3Federal issue finally decided in state court and cannot survive for later review California v. Stewart 4

8 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way Brady v. Maryland 3Federal issue finally decided in state court and cannot survive for later review California v. Stewart 4Federal issue might survive; decision now would preclude further litigation; non- review threatens serious erosion of federal policy

9 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way Brady v. Maryland 3Federal issue finally decided in state court and cannot survive for later review California v. Stewart 4Federal issue might survive; decision now would preclude further litigation; non- review threatens serious erosion of federal policy Construction Laborers v. Curry

10 Cox Broadcasting categories of final non-final cases DescriptionExample 1Further state proceedings to come, but the federal issue is preclusive or the outcome of further proceedings is preordained Mills v. Alabama 2State outcome unclear, but federal issue will survive and require decision either way Brady v. Maryland 3Federal issue finally decided in state court and cannot survive for later review California v. Stewart 4Federal issue might survive; decision now would preclude further litigation; non- review threatens serious erosion of federal policy Construction Laborers v. Curry; Cox


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