The Supreme Court will hear a Wisconsin case that could decide if the state's redistricting strategy violates the Constitution because it's too partisan.

The high court is expected to hear arguments in the gerrymandering case this fall, according to a court document released Monday.

The state of Wisconsin asked the Supreme Court to put on hold a three-judge panel's ruling that Republican-drawn district maps were biased against the Democratic Party. The court has not responded to the lower court's stay request.

If the court rules against the state, it will have to propose a new redistricting plan by Nov. 1.