As a step forward, the court has a new link on its website, which will be especially helpful to practitioners at trial.
As a basic part of pretrial preparation, we should be looking for developing or new issues to see if they should be raised in a pretrial motion--to preserve the issue for appeal.
You can find some of the information on CAAF's page for grants and summary disposition.
The new link is for briefs in cases granted but not yet scheduled for oral argument. (link.) Once the hearing date you will get the briefs updated.
Hopefully, they will set up a page with a link to Supplements to Petitions where the appellant raises meritorious issues. Reading the Supplements (and Government responses), can be just as helpful in litigating issues at trial regardless of CAAF's grant or denial.
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