Last time, we reviewed Justice Corrigan’s voting record to see how often she has been in the minority in civil cases, year by year since joining the Court.  Overall, Justice Corrigan has been in the minority in 5.98% of the civil cases she’s participated in.  Today, we’re looking at Justice Liu’s numbers.

Justice Liu has

Today we’re concluding our initial review of the Justices’ voting records by reviewing Justice Cuellar and Justice Groban.

Since joining the Court in 2015, Justice Cuellar has voted in 201 civil cases.  He has voted in affirm in 73 cases and to reverse 90 times.  Those votes show a curious time pattern: in 2015 and

Today, we’re turning our attention to our initial examination of Justice Liu’s voting record.

Justice Goodwin Liu took his seat on the Court on September 1, 2011.  Since that time, he has voted in 292 civil cases.  The distribution of his votes is similar to the Chief Justice and Justice Corrigan.  From 2011 through the

This week, we’re beginning a more detailed examination of the individual Justices’ voting records.  We start with Justice Corrigan’s record in civil cases.

With the retirement of Justice Chin, Justice Corrigan is now the senior Associate Justice on the Court.  Since joining the Court in 2006, she has voted in 535 civil cases.  Although the

Today, we’re dissecting the reversal rate in criminal cases from Division 1 of the Second District.  The following areas of law were the biggest players on the criminal docket in terms of cases which went to the Supreme Court: constitutional law (23.53%); criminal procedure (20.59%); sentencing (14.71%); and violent crimes (11.76%).

The overall reversal rate