Does the denial of a petition for interlocutory appeal provide any precedent?

“In fact, an appellate court’s refusal to entertain an appeal has no precedential effect whatsoever. 20 Am.Jur.2d Courts § 152 (1995). Therefore, the supreme court’s denial of R & D’s petition for an interlocutory appeal did not solidify the trial court’s original decision as the law of the case.”

Anderson v. R & D Foods, Inc., 913 So. 2d 394, 400 (Miss. Ct. App. 2005)

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