Under which circumstances does the Supreme Court typically grant a writ of certiorari? I. A petitioner agrees with the outcome of a case and the law used to enforce a ruling. II. A state’s highest

Under which circumstances does the Supreme Court typically grant a writ of certiorari?

I. A petitioner agrees with the outcome of a case and the law used to enforce a ruling.

II. A state’s highest court has upheld a state law against claims it is unconstitutional. III. Three justices have an interest in reviewing the details of a case and hearing the appeal.

IV. An influential group or individual invested in the outcome of a case submits an amicus curiae. V. Two or more federal courts of appeals have reached different decisions for the same issue.

VI. The case, though hypothetical, would establish precedent for future state and federal cases.

a. I and VI only

b. III and IV only

c. II and V only

d. I, III, and V only

e. II, IV, and VI only