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The solicitor general does not like to be on the losing side of Supreme Court cases. One way in which FantasySCOTUS members predict the outcome of a case is by checking to see which side the United S
During the next five days, the Supreme Court will issue all remaining decisions for the October 2010 term. FantasySCOTUS? Josh Blackman and Corey Carpenter provide predictions for these final cases
Josh Blackman and Corey Carpenter compare predictions from their FantasySCOTUS site and SCOTUSBlog. Where did the two agree and disagree
Josh Blackman and Corey Carpenter consider two pending criminal cases — Tapia v. United States and Freeman v. United States — where predictions are uncertain, and the cases are too close
In this week's column, we explore the new "Law & Order" bloc that emerged in Michigan v. Bryant and Sykes v. U.S. and predict whether that bloc will reunite in a pending confrontation clause case, Bu
Brown v. EMA (formerly known as Schwarzenegger v. EMA) was argued on Nov. 2, 2010. The case considers the constitutionality of a California statute that restricted the sale of violent video games to
Josh Blackman and Corey Carpenter consider predictions for Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting, American Electric Power, Inc. v. Connecticut and Sorrell v. IMS Health. And they probe the unusual near-unan
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