In the Supreme Court lethal injection case, Baze v. Rees, Question 4 in the petition for certiorari is:
IV. When it is known that the effects of the chemicals could be reversed if the proper actions are taken, does substantive due process require a state to be prepared to maintain life in case a stay of execution is granted after the lethal injection chemicals are injected?
As previously noted here, the correct answer to this question is, "Are you out of your cotton-pickin' mind?" Further, I suggested the Court might modify its grant of certiorari to remove that question. Sure enough, Lyle Denniston reports at SCOTUSblog, the Court has done so.
Update: The order is now on the Court's website here.