The Supreme Court of the United States hears about 80 cases a year, just 1% of the requests it receives. But how does a case end up at the Supreme Court? Judge Douglas Ginsburg of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals expounds on the journey of a court case, from a trial court to the "Highest Court in the Land." 

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