Friday, June 15, 2007

Supreme Court

There are likely no more scrutinized judges in the world than the U.S. Supreme Court judges. From childhood events to papers written for classes in undergrad days, everything about them is scanned for some indication of leanings, beliefs and ideologies. A recent article on a criminal appeal is based on "understanding" the divisions in the court.

I find this interesting, as I do anything about the top court. Yet at the same time, very little of what I do in my legal day is directly controlled by a "U.S" cite. Where are the articles and opinion pieces on "A.D." or "NY" judges who are deciding the cases I'm reading, citing and arguing?


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