Someone else has since touched on this, and Gary has further added to it, but just to clarify: Suddaby's original TRO was given a three day pause to allow an appeal, which the state did. However, neither Suddaby, nor Sinatra's preliminary injunctions gave any opportunities to appeal. Both went into effect immediately. Suddaby has since been stayed by the Circuit Court, not him, pending appeal. It remains to be seen whether they will do so with Sinatra's.Right, but there is a difference between Suddaby and Sinatra, Suddaby granted a 3-day pause which gave the state time to appeal to the 2nd circuit of appeals thus stripping rights in the interim of trial. In this case, no window of time was given to the state to respond with unconstitutional delays.