Thursday, December 07, 2006

Chief Justice Lamar

The number of cases the court decided with signed opinions last term, 69, was the lowest since 1953 and fewer than half the number the court was deciding as recently as the mid-1980s. And aside from the school integration and global warming cases the court heard last week, along with the terrorism-related cases it has decided in the last few years, relatively few of the cases it is deciding speak to the core of the country’s concerns.

Raise their pay and send them home.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think its because they don't want to meddle -I think its because the current crop of law students and clerks are such horrible writers. They write like bloggers

6:29 AM, December 07, 2006  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Hey, me take offense. Commerce Clause not allow that kind of speech.

11:13 AM, December 07, 2006  

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