A slim majority upheld an injunction, kicking the can down the road.
The highest court in the land issued a split decision on President Biden’s COVID policy.
Oral arguments on the biggest abortion case in decades will be heard today.
Another narrowly-crafted but overwhelming opinion from the Supreme Court.
Overruling every case President Trump was involved in is getting silly.
The 6-3 opinion written by Justice Gorsuch and joined by Chief Justice Roberts defies conventional wisdom.
An 8-1 rebuke from the nation’s highest court.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Supreme Court heard a significant Second Amendment case, but it is unlikely to rule on the merits of the case.
The Supreme Court took up the DACA issue today. No matter what it decides, this will likely become a big issue in the 2020 elections.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court held oral argument in a series of cases asking it to decide if existing civil rights laws cover discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
The Supreme Court handed the President a victory last night, ruling that the Plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging his funding of the border wall did not have standing to challenge his diversion of Defense Department funds. This may only be a temporary victory, though.
Just over nine years after retiring from the Supreme Court, former Associate Justice John Paul Stevens has passed away at the age of 99.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal in a series of cases challenging the President’s decision to end the DACA program.
In a clear defeat for the Trump Administration, the Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that the Federal Government could not ask about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
The Supreme Court issued a significant ruling on Monday that could make it easier to buy and sell alcoholic beverages across state lines.
The Supreme Court ordered a new trial in the case of a Mississippi defendant whose trial was tainted by a prosecutor who routinely struck black jurors from the jury pool.
The Supreme Court ruled that a World War One memorial that had been on public grounds for 70 years can stay where it is.
The Supreme Court rejected an effort by the Virginia House of Delegates to overturn a Federal Court ruling that the state’s district lines constituted gerrymandering by race. But they didn’t rule on the merits of the appeal.
Starting tomorrow, we should be getting some headline-grabbing opinions from the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears poised to uphold the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
The Supreme Court has agreed to accept a group of cases dealing with the issue of whether or not existing civil rights laws bar discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The replacement of Anthony Kennedy with Brett Kavanaugh is already having a significant impact.
Oral argument hints that we may have a 5-4 ruling allowing state legislatures to continue stacking the deck.
The Supreme Court appears to be leaning toward letting a war memorial on public property stay in place.
The Supreme Court issued a ruling that places new limits on civil asset forfeiture by state and local government.
The Supreme Court will hear a case dealing with a challenge to the Commerce Department’s decision to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
For the first tine in nearly ten years, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving Second Amendment rights.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case that could make it easier for consumers to buy and ship wine and other adult beverages across state lines.
Tomorrow the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a case that could make it easier to order and ship wine from out-of-state retailers.
The Supreme Court appears reluctant to overturn a century of case law that established a significant exception to the Double Jeopardy Clause.
Later this week, the Supreme Court will hear a case that could rewrite decades of law interpreting the Fifth Amendment’s Double Jeopardy rule.
The Supreme Court appears ready to impose at least some limits on civil asset forfeiture at the state level.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that public sector unions cannot force employees to pay membership fees.
The Supreme Court term began with hopes that the Justices would shake up the redistricting process with rulings against partisan gerrymandering. It has ended with three whimpers.
In a ruling that largely relies on the authority granted by Congress to the President to regulate immigration on national security grounds, the Supreme Court has upheld the final version of the Administration’s travel ban.
The Supreme Court has largely rejected a challenge to state and Federal redistricting maps in the State of Texas.
The Supreme Court declined, for now, to hear the appeal of a Washington state florist who declined to provide services for a same-sex wedding. The issues it raises, though, are likely to return to the Court in the future.
In a case that pit the new rules of cyberspace against the old rules about when the Fourth Amendment protects privacy, the Supreme Court ruled today in a way that breathes new life into both privacy and the Fourth Amendment.
In a significant First Amendment ruling, the Supreme Court has held that a Minnesota law barring “political apparel” at polling places is unconstitutional.
In Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute, Samuel Alito authored a 5-4 opinion ruling that removing voters from the rolls after four years is perfectly legal.
In an exceedingly narrow ruling, the Supreme Court sided with a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding reception. However, the ruling did not address the broader issues raised by the case.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that a police officer violated the Fourth Amendment when he conducted a search on a vehicle parked in a Defendant’s driveway without a search warrant.
Earlier this week, the Supreme Court handed down a decision that reaffirmed a principle that should be axiomatic, namely the idea that a Defendant has the sole authority to decide whether or not to concede guilt.
The Supreme Court ruled that the mere fact that the driver of a rental car is not listed on the rental agreement is not sufficient to justify a warrantless search of the vehicle.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in the challenge to President Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban. It didn’t appear to go well for the challengers.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in a case alleging that Texas’s Congressional and state legislative districts were drawn with the intent to discriminate based on race.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in the second partisan gerrymandering case of the term, and once again they appear to be divided.
The Supreme Court appears ready to strike down a California law requiring Crisis Pregnancy Centers to provide information on abortion.