Opinion of Scalia, J.
remand. The judgment of the Court of Appeals is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.
It is so ordered.
Justice Stevens, with whom Justice Souter and Justice Breyer join, concurring in part and concurring in the judgment.
With respect to the issue resolved in Part II of the Court's opinion, I agree with the Courts of Appeals that have held that the pre-AEDPA version of 28 U. S. C. § 2253 governs the right to appeal with respect to an appeal noticed after the effective date of AEDPA in a habeas corpus proceeding commenced prior to that date. See Fuller v. Roe, 182 F. 3d 699, 702 (CA9 1999) (per curiam); Crowell v. Walsh, 151 F. 3d 1050, 1051-1052 (CADC 1998); Tejeda v. Dubois, 142 F. 3d 18, 22, n. 4 (CA1 1998); Berrios v. United States, 126 F. 3d 430, 431, n. 2 (CA2 1997); United States v. Kunzman, 125 F. 3d 1363, 1364, n. 2 (CA10 1997); United States v. Skandier, 125 F. 3d 178, 179-182 (CA3 1997); Hardwick v. Single-tary, 122 F. 3d 935, 936 (per curiam), vacated in part on other grounds, 126 F. 3d 1312 (CA11 1997) (per curiam); Arredondo v. United States, 120 F. 3d 639, 640 (CA6 1997); United States v. Carter, 117 F. 3d 262, 264 (CA5 1997) (per curiam); but see Tiedeman v. Benson, 122 F. 3d 518, 520-521 (CA8 1997).
I do, however, join the balance of the Court's opinion and its judgment.
Justice Scalia, with whom Justice Thomas joins, concurring in part and dissenting in part.
I join the opinion of the Court, except for its discussion in Parts III and IV of whether Slack's postexhaustion petition was second or successive. I believe that the Court produces here, as it produced in a different respect in Stewart v. Martinez-Villareal, 523 U. S. 637 (1998), see id., at 646Page: Index Previous 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Next
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