MR. OLDHAM: Well, Your Honor, I think you could do one of two things. You could always certify the question with the Court of Criminal Appeals if you thought that the question -- that the answer turns on what the Texas procedures are and that the parties disagree with them.
JUSTICE BREYER: I tried that once in a case involving Pennsylvania, and the result was such that I resolved never to do it again.
JUSTICE BREYER: But -- but don't say never. All right. So one thing we got --
JUSTICE ALITO: That was a case in which -- that was the case in which the Court unwisely reversed a certain Third Circuit decision.
What case were Justices Breyer and Alito referring to?