Undecided Opinions

by Tony Flesor

The Supreme Court’s spring term is over, but the justices’ work is far from done. The court heard arguments in more than 80 cases between October and June and has yet to deliver opinions in more than half of them.

While many of the court’s cases come up through the criminal and family courts, the following cases came from the civil docket and could bring big changes to case law, depending on how the court rules in the coming months.

Many of the following cases come from a busy week in March that involved several of the biggest cases of the term, while some other out-standing cases expected to create smaller waves came in oral arguments in May.

 

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