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Some states call their trial courts supreme courts. In most states, the supreme court, like the federal Supreme Court, is the highest appellate court in the state. A bankruptcy may not stop a case on appeal to a state supreme court. But if it is a trial court, then bankruptcy can stop a case from going forward. Consult a local bankruptcy lawyer.

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Q: Can filing bankruptcy stop a supreme court lawsuit?
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