It turns out Michael Flynn and the Trump administration may have celebrated the end of his criminal case too soon. Thursday, a federal appeals court announced plans to review what led to the dismissal of the case. The New York Times writes that this erases “a split decision by a three-judge panel in June ordering an immediate end to the case.”

terse order from the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said that a majority of its members had voted to vacate a June 24 panel decision ordering the immediate dismissal of the case against Mr. Flynn.

The Associated Press adds:

The action by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia is likely to prolong the fight over Flynn’s fate and represents yet another dramatic development in a case that has taken unexpected twists and turns over the last year and turned Flynn into something of a cause celebre for President Donald Trump and his supporters.

The court set arguments for Aug. 11. It did not offer an explanation for its decision in a brief order posted online.