A handy reference for determining when and how to use parentheticals:
Citation parentheticals allow you to give the reader important information in a very concise manner. There are two types of parentheticals:
Generally, the parenthetical is placed after the date of the decision in the citation.
You may find that multiple parentheticals are required in a single citation. If parentheticals alone are needed (refer to the box above to determine when and what type are needed), place the parentheticals after the date of the decision just as you would with a single parenthetical. In general, the order of parentheticals will be:
Refer to Rule 10.6.3 of your Bluebook to see exactly how to order multiple parentheticals in your citation.
If there is a subsequent history or related authority component to the citation, place these after the parenthetical(s) in the citation sentence.