Only a tiny percentage of the cases submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court get reviewed.
Rose Knick’s case, however, is not only getting a review, it’s getting a second chance at oral arguments.
Her case is over her private property in Scott Township, Pennsylvania, and whether the township can simply say it believes there are historic graves there and declare her private land open to the public.
She’s been hampered by an old court precedent that federal courts won’t act on cases that should be in state courts. In her case, the state court refused to act, leaving her without any access to [READ MORE HERE]