FantasySCOTUS.net. The Premier Supreme Court Fantasy League. Play Like the 10th Justice.

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The Rules are simple. For each case the Supreme Court grants cert, predict:

  • The Outcome of the Case (Affirm or Reverse the lower Court)
  • The Split (9-0, 8-1, 7-2, 6-3, 5-4, 4-1-4, or fragmented)
  • The Justices in the Majority, and the Justices in the Dissent
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One Response to “FantasySCOTUS.net. The Premier Supreme Court Fantasy League. Play Like the 10th Justice.”

  1. Melech Says:

    I don’t understand the “fragmented”category. Could you please give some examples of past decisions that would be considered “fragmented”? For instance, when a negative commerce clause decision is delivered where 6 justices agree there is no violation, 4 explaining how they see the decision fitting with SCOTUS precedent, Scalia because it doesn’t fit in the narrow category of cases where he is willing to enforce the “clause”, and Thomas because he will never vote to invoke it, is this a straight 6-3 ruling? Or is this considered “fragmented”?


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