Trump may 'break up' unruly federal court

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"You see judge-shopping, or what's gone on with these people, they immediately run to the 9th Circuit", he said. Trump is accusing political opponents of "judge shopping" - more commonly called "forum shopping", a colloquial term for the practice of searching for a judge who will grant a favorable outcome - in order to get cases heard by the 9th Circuit.

"There are many people that want to break up the 9th Circuit". But an administration appeal of the district court's decision would go first to the 9th Circuit.

"We have a big country".

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It's possible that the sheer size of the 9th Circuit, as well as some of its procedures, cause it to produce more "outlier decisions", which are cases the Supreme Court always reverses, than other circuits - leading to a higher reversal rate, University of Pennsylvania law professor Kermit Roosevelt previously told us. But they immediately run to the 9th Circuit. Trump said on his official Twitter account.

In the sanctuary city case, Judge William H. Orrick of the US District Court for the Northern District of California, in San Francisco, issued a temporary injunction on Tuesday preventing the president from holding back billions in federal funding from jurisdictions like San Francisco and Santa Clara County, which filed the lawsuit.

The figure Trump cited does not refer to all rulings handed down by the appeals court but only to those that the Supreme Court reviewed.

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Previously, judges of the Ninth Circuit - some appointed by former president Barack Obama - have blocked Trump's executive order on immigration.

Among his many problems, our President doesn't know difference b/w "the Ninth Circuit" and a U.S. District Court.

With the clock ticking ever closer to the 100-day benchmark, a federal judge thwarted yet another of President Trump's key agenda items on specious 10th Amendment grounds Tuesday night. The fact the Supreme Court agrees to hear a case means it's likely to overturn it.

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In an order issued Wednesday, the court granted a request from CSPAN to broadcast the audio, acknowledging "heightened public interest" in the case. Yet while that rate may be higher than the average, it's not the absolute highest among the circuit courts, a distinction that goes to the 6th Circuit, based in OH, with an 87 percent average in those same years.

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