National Broadcasting Co., Inc. v. Niemi,
434 U.S. 1354 (1978)

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National Broadcasting Co., Inc. v. Niemi, 434 U.S. 1354 (1978)

National Broadcasting Co., Inc. v. Niemi

No. A-652.

Decided February 10, 1978

434 U.S. 1354


Application to stay the commencement of the California Superior Court trial of a tort action in which applicants are defendants so that they may apply for a writ of certiorari in this Court to review, on federal constitutional grounds, the California Court of Appeal's judgment reversing the Superior Court's dismissal of the action and remanding for a trial is denied, absent a sufficient showing by applicants of irreparable injury resulting from the Court of Appeal's judgment if the stay is not granted.

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