Interlude 19. California Supreme Court denies Philip E. Kay’s petition to review 3-year mandatory suspension
As kanBARoo court reluctantly predicted, the California Supreme Court ignored the substance of Philip E. Kay's petition for writ of review, issuing its standard boilerplate denial. Kay must now decide whether to move for rehearing. He should file a radically succinct motion for rehearing, containing no more than fifteen pages—ten is better—focusing exclusively on the most compelling and certain issues. Unquestionably, the Supreme Court will deny it, but Kay will have made the clearest possible record.