Liles v. Nebraska,
465 U.S. 1304 (1984)

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Liles v. Nebraska, 465 U.S. 1304 (1984)

Liles v. Nebraska

No. A-615

Decided February 13, 1984

465 U.S. 1304


An application for a stay, pending review by this Court, of a Nebraska District Court's contempt order committing applicants to jail is denied because of lack of jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. § 2101(f), where, after the application was filed with the Circuit Justice, the Nebraska Supreme Court dismissed each applicant's appeal from the contempt order to that court "for lack of an appealable order."

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