Thursday, November 12, 2015

How Chief Justice Roberts Doles Out the Opinions

After the Supreme Court hears oral argument in a case, a vote is taken of the justices. If the chief justice is in the majority, he decides which justice gets to write the controlling opinion; if he’s in the minority, the justice with the most seniority in the majority decides. The New York Times has [Read More...]

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