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The FindLaw U.S. Supreme Court News and Information Blog.
  1. Oral arguments began for the Supreme Court's October term this week, find out what's ahead for SCOTUS on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.
  2. Read the definition, process, and history of impeachment on FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court.
  3. The California Court of Appeals invalidated an arbitration agreement a former BigLaw partner says always puts the firm on top. Now, the firm is asking the Supreme Court to review. Find out more on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.
  4. After more than 20 years of advocating to have the issue taken up by the Supreme Court, a former jailhouse lawyer will finally get an answer on non-unanimous verdicts. Find out more on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.
  5. In another 5-4 decision split along ideological lines, the Supreme Court allowed funding and construction to commence along the southern border wall, while legal challenges to the expansion proceed. Read more on FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court blog.
  6. The most successful lawyers at SCOTUS are the most experienced ones. Read more at FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court blog.
  7. After the passing of Justice Stevens this week, we look back at some of his biggest decisions on the Court, and his ongoing impact after retirement. Read more on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.
  8. After a set of controversial decisions in its June term, the Court avoided some controversy by making no decision at all in an important tribal land case. Read more on FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court blog.
  9. We take a look back at the biggest cases decided by a divided Supreme Court this term. Read more on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.
  10. The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded a case about one census question, and it all goes to show that asking people about their citizenship is complicated. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.
  11. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected challenges to politically gerrymandered voting districts, saying the courts have no say over such political issues. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.
  12. Andre Haymond got a break in his child pornography case, as the U.S. Supreme Court said his sentences for violating probation should be decided by a jury. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.
  13. The decision is in and clothing brand FUCT couldn't be happier. Get the High Court scoop on FindLaw's U.S. Supreme Court blog.
  14. The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Tennessee law that required retailers to have 2 years' residency before they could get a license to sell liquor in the state. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.
  15. Near the end of the new majority's term, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled property owners may go directly to federal court with claims that state or local government deprived them of property rights. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.