For the past two weeks, we’ve been looking at the Court’s record with death penalty cases. This week and next, we’re turning our attention to the court’s civil cases involving governmental parties and administrative law, and on the criminal side, sentencing law cases. Let’s start with government/administrative law cases.
The Court decided eleven government cases in 1992, six in 1993, eight in 1994, nine per year in 1995 and 1996.
The Court decided nine government/administrative cases in 1997, four in 1998, five in 1999, seven in 2000, five in 2001, three in 2002 and six cases in 2003.
The Court decided ten government/administrative law cases in 2004, four in 2005, nine cases in 2006, ten in 2007, five cases in 2008 and four per year in 2009 and 2010.
The Court decided two government and administrative law cases in 2011, four in 2012, seven cases in 2013, three in 2014, eleven cases per year in 2015 and 2016, and nine cases in 2017.
Join us back here tomorrow as we review the Court’s sentencing law cases.
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