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The Supreme court is most likely to grant a hearing when a case involves:

A.an issue of state law as opposed to an issue of federal law.
B.an issue of private law as opposed to an issue of public.
C.an issue that is being decided inconsistently by the lower courts.
D.the possibility that an innocent person has been wrongly convicted of a crime.

I read my text i want to say it's (C)

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