Supreme court opinions dating from
Each slip opinion that is no longer official is preceded with a cover sheet that explains its status and each is listed on this website with a red asterisk (*).
On this website are slip opinions from the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals that were filed after February 22, 2013.
Slip opinions are the opinions that are filed on the day that the appellate court issues its decision and are often not the court's final opinion.
An opinion in the official reports replaces the slip opinion as the official opinion of the court.
For this reason, some of the slip opinions on this website are no longer the court's official opinion.
PLEASE NOTE: All opinions on this site are slip opinions.
A slip opinion is not necessarily the court's final written decision.
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