Monday, July 7, 2008
We recently posted a link to an article which noted the lack of 5-4 decisions on the Supreme Court this year as compared to last year. But, an article published Monday on SCOTUSblog looks at the overall statistics of the court and notes that this year, although the court did not have as many 5-4 decisions, the court was just as divisive as last year. As evidence, the two most notable decisions this term, Heller and Boumediene, the court was split 5-4.
The entire post is located here.