Supreme Court Watch Review (SJR) is a process that allows the Supreme Court to review an appeal, whether by way of the public record or by way the Supreme, from a federal or state court decision.
The SJR process can take months to complete, and can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
That means a case is not likely to be heard in a matter of days, if ever, as the Supreme can still review the matter in court.
As a result, many appellate judges who do hear appellate cases will have to go back and forth on whether or not to follow the SJR.
This is not an easy process, but it is an important one.
The process can lead to important legal decisions that are often important to the people of the state.