My Perfect Record in Predicting Supreme Court Cases–So Far

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court handed down its first two decisions of the Term.  As SCOTUSblog reports, the Court reversed the 9th Circuit decision regarding overtime pay in Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk and affirmed the 8th Circuit’s decision regarding Federal Rule of Evidence 606(b)’s bar on juror-related evidence in Warger v. Shauers.  Both decisions were unanimous.

I correctly predicted the outcome in both cases.  Based on the large disparity of questions between the parties during oral argument, I thought both cases were very easy cases to predict–as you can see here.  Of course, it’s still early in the Term, and I don’t expect  my record in making predictions to remain perfect.  But, for now, I’ll take it!

We’ll be keeping the tally on this page during the Term.

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