I want to be legally married to my partner in our home state. I can't figure out when that will probably be possible. [more inside]
I'd like to know which cases are in court, when, and where. [more inside]
How does attending a U.S. Supreme Court oral argument usually work? [more inside]
What was the one Supreme Court case from 1994 to 1997 that had Rehnquist, Stevens, Souter, Ginsburg, and Breyer in the majority? It was also the only one from that time period, I believe, that didn't have O'Connor or Kennedy in the majority. [more inside]
Where is a definitive source (& BTW Mefi post) for the widely held belief that recently the US Supreme Court ruled that a news organisation does NOT have an obligation to tell the truth? [more inside]
How does one score tickets to Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan's Confirmation Hearings? [more inside]
I need Canadian Supreme Court cases involving aboriginal self-government. [more inside]
How to find an appeals lawyer who will want to take a (probable win) appeal to the US Supreme Court? Like, do they, um, hang out on the 'Net somewhere? [more inside]
Why is the presidential administration working so persistently to bequeath extra powers to their likely Democrat successors? [more inside]
How long should I expect to wait in line to see the Supreme Court in session? [more inside]
how does the US supreme court decide which cases it will hear and others it will not hear? it all seems rather arbitrary.
Can President Bush nominate John Roberts for Chief Justice? [more inside]
Has anyone tried to fight the RIAA and Movie Studios by arguing that copyrights can be interpreted laterally instead of just horizontally? [more inside]
Can the President use a recess appointment to appoint a Supreme Court Justice?
Are there any good resources for searching United States Supreme Court Cases by which law was being challanged? Has the SC ever said a law banning interracial marriage is unconstitutional and on what grounds? (Hopefully an answers to the first question would allow me to answer the second on my own.)