Which Way Privacy?The Supreme Court asks whether the government can put a GPS device on your car without a warrant.
See No EvilEyewitness testimony may be unreliable, but the Supreme Court doesn’t want to be the one to say so.
Dead Letter OfficeThe case that has even Antonin Scalia wondering what to do about incompetent lawyers in death penalty cases.
Al-Kidding AsideThe Supreme Court's collective yawn at the case of a U.S. citizen's detention and mistreatment after Sept. 11.
The Case of the Poisoned LoverThe Supreme Court gets its sexiest case ever, but all it wants to talk about is standing.
"Go, Leave, Get Outta Here"The Supreme Court wants nothing to do with the state secrets privilege, or the litigants who squabble about them.
LAWA LandThe Supreme Court hears about Arizona's other controversial immigration law.
Can You Hear Them Now?The Supreme Court reads the fine print on your cell phone contract.
Simulated OriginalismJames Madison, meet Postal 2.
What's Your Sign?A Supreme Court case that puts Scalia and gay rights advocates on the same side.
Hug of WarThe Supreme Court considers the risks and rewards of forced association
The Pinocchio ProjectWatching as the Supreme Court turns a corporation into a real live boy.
All in the FamilyThe Supreme Court plays nice over international child custody.
My So-Called Life Without ParoleThe Supreme Court looks at life sentences for teen offenders.
The $5 Million ManPaul Clement schools the high court on why some attorneys are worth every last penny.
Passport OriginalismHow the status of Jerusalem got dragged into a critical Supreme Court case about separation of powers.
Ministers of JusticeThe Supreme Court asks which is more important: preventing discrimination or protecting religion?
Free Speech for Really Rich GuysThe Supreme Court finds a cause worth fighting for.
He'll Be Here All WeekThe verdict is in: Chief Justice John Roberts is hilarious.
Reach Out and Touch SomeoneFCC v. AT&T reveals the limits of corporate personhood at the Supreme Court.
Crime and BlandishmentsWhat happens when Supreme Court justices try to think like criminal suspects.
Six Degrees of RetaliationThe Supreme Court tries to determine if your fiance can be fired for your sex-discrimination complaint.
Standing DownThe Supreme Court wonders whether your non-money can fund non-religion.
Up in Their GrillThe Westboro Baptist Church politely shows the court how to be obnoxious.
Justice by the HourThe Supreme Court tangles with mandatory arbitration clauses.
5-3=3A case tests the arithmetical skills of the Supreme Court justices.
They Are So Not Ready for Some FootballThe Supreme Court justices prove they know nothing whatsoever about the NFL.
Spring Break, Scalia-StyleThe best Supreme Court case ever about partying on the beach.
The Framers on the FramersDoes the Constitution protect prosecutors who fabricate evidence?
Cross-EyedThe high court looks again at religious symbols on public lands.