Thursday round-up

The Justices return to the bench at ten o’clock this morning to issue additional opinions in argued cases.  In a story for Reuters, Joan Biskupic describes the process by which the Court issues its opinions, noting that the Justices’ statements in the Courtroom itself can “reveal a justice’s personality, sense of humor, or, in a dissenting opinion, temper.”  As the Court enters the home stretch, Richard Wolf of USA Today tracks the Court’s cases in an interactive feature, while Carrie Severino predicts who might be authoring the remaining opinions in a post at the National Review Online’s Bench Memos.  At Crime and Consequences, Kent Scheidegger responds to a recent story in The New York Times suggesting that the Court is “drifting leftward”; from a law enforcement perspective, he concludes, it is “not a bad term.”  And at

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