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My Big Fat Wikipedia Contributions

Court case information box

I created an info box to be used on all articles on American court decisions, which presents in a concise format the complete history of the case, the ruling, and the judges who decided it; it is similar to the one used for animal taxonomy. Some very capable contributors adapted it into Template:Infobox SCOTUS case. My original sample and instructions are here.

Images

Some recent uploads to Commons:

Articles I created

Court cases: +

Opinions of the U.S. Supreme Court by term:
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Visual tables illustrating the voting records by term for every opinion of the Court.

Opinions of the U.S. Supreme Court by justice, divided by term
Present Court
  • Alito:
200520062007200820092010201120122013
  • Breyer:
20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
  • Ginsburg:
20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
  • Kagan:
2010201120122013
  • Kennedy:
20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
  • Roberts:
200520062007200820092010201120122013
  • Scalia:
20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
  • Sotomayor:
20092010201120122013
  • Thomas:
20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
Former Justices
  • O'Connor:
200020012002200320042005
  • Rehnquist:
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  • Souter:
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  • Stevens:
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Tables listing and summarizing all opinions filed by each member of the Court each term.

Per curiam opinions of the U.S. Supreme Court by term:
20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
Summaries of all per curiam opinions handed down by the Court by term.

Individual case articles:
2010 U.S. Supreme Court case interpreting mandatory sentencing in federal firearms law.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case addressing Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
2000 Virginia Supreme Court case striking down domestic partner benefits for county employees.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case addressing the extent to which states could take compensation for Medicaid benefits from personal injury settlements.
2012 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the application of the Takings Clause to federal flood control causing damage to property.
2004 U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the right to have a jury determine criminal sentencing issues.
1884 U.S. Supreme Court case upholding copyright protection for photographs.
Case that reached the U.S. Supreme Court in 1956 and 1961 involving the required registration of communist organizations.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving state taxpayer standing in federal court.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the statute of limitations for filing habeas corpus petitions.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the scope of the U.S. Postal Service's immunity from lawsuits.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the standing of an agent to raise a racial discrimination claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1981 for violation of the contract rights of the principal.
2011 U.S. Supreme Court case involving what constitutes "established Federal law" under the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving burden of pleading and proof in retaliatory prosecution claims.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the right of a criminal defendant to offer evidence of another's guilt.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving application of antitrust law to use of patented products in tying arrangements.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the due process requirement to give notice of the governmental taking of property to satisfy unpaid taxes.
2010 U.S. Supreme Court case involving 42 U.S.C. § 1983.
1905 U.S. Supreme Court case striking state law limiting baker's work hours.
2005 Virginia Supreme Court case striking state law criminalizing fornication.
1990 U.S. Supreme Court case regarding criminal defendant's right to confront child witness in sex abuse case.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the preemptive scope of the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act of 1998.
1799 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the first suit of original jurisdiction between two States.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving the sovereign immunity of counties.
2011 U.S. Supreme Court case involving Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving licensing requirements under the Clean Water Act.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case involving suits by ERISA plan fiduciaries to recover benefit expenditures.
U.S. Supreme Court case regarding police ability to stop and frisk suspects.
1989 U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the free speech right to burn the American flag.
2006 Supreme Court case involving the application of antitrust law to joint venture pricing decisions.
2012 Supreme Court case involving the Little Tucker Act.
2006 U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the constitutionality of anticipatory search warrants.
1968 U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the free speech right of a Vietnam War protestor to burn his draft card.

Other law articles:

Non-profit organization of law schools in the United States.
Legal document that presents an argument or merely summarizes caselaw.
The codified legislation of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Equitable legal defense against infringement claims.
A bill proposed in the U.S. Congress in 2006 to extend copyright protection to fashion design.
1941 Executive Order issued by FDR to ban racial discrimination in the defense industry.
20th century FCC doctrine requiring broadcasters to give equal time to opposing political positions.
Case reporter that publishes the decisions of the U.S. Courts of Appeals that are not designated for publication.
Case reporter that publishes the decisions of the U.S. Courts of Appeals that are designated for publication.
Case reporter that publishes the decisions of the U.S. District Courts that are designated for publication.
U.S. federal law establishing the immunity of foreign governments and officials in U.S. courts.
The primary legal document establishing the self-governance of the State of Montana.
Court of last resort in the U.S. state of Montana.
Process of vocally advocating a party's position in court.
International law prohibition against universally condemned practices.
Common law doctrine preventing relitigation of legal claims.
Common law doctrine reducing the amount received under a will by gifts given by the testator during his lifetime.
U.S. federal securities law preempting state law-based securities fraud class actions.
Form of trademark protection for famous and unique trademarks.
U.S. federal appellate court for the D.C. District Court and federal agencies.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Puerto Rico, and Rhode Island.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Connecticut, New York, and Vermont.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the Virgin Islands.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming.
U.S. federal appellate court for the District Courts in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.

People: +

Dominican politician appointed as a senator to the House of Assembly.
Wisconsin governor and U.S. Army general.
Wisconsin governor and Arizona Territory politician.
Dominican politician appointed as a senator to the House of Assembly.
American ashcan school painter.
Colorado Supreme Court justice.
Dominican politician appointed as a senator to the House of Assembly.
New Mexico Supreme Court justice.
American educator and prominent Denver, CO figure associated with the Beat Generation.
U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals judge.
American porn star and adult cable show host.
French set photographer on many seminal films of the French New Wave.
Dominican ambassador and educator.
Illinois politician and U.S. congressman.
Dutch Golden Age painter.
American modern painter.
Iowa and U.S. Circuit Court judge, legal scholar.
Jesuit priest, U.S. congressman and law professor.
U.S. Navy admiral.
D.C. Circuit Court judge.
American photographer and filmmaker.
Connecticut Senator and lawyer, appointed to Montana Territorial Supreme Court but never served.
Chief Justice of the Montana Supreme Court.
Notorious 19th-century pickpocket.
U.S. federal judge.
British children's author.
Union Army officer.
American zookeeper and television animal expert.
American music video and short film director.
Notorious 19th-century confidence trickster.
First Chief Justice of New Mexico.
Third Circuit Court judge.
Dominican politician appointed as a senator to the House of Assembly.
Dominica politician appointed to the House of Assembly.
Dominica politician elected to the House of Assembly.
American sculptor.
American astrophysicist known for work on space debris.
Dominica politician appointed to the House of Assembly, former member of the Dominica national football team.
Dominica Speaker of the House.
Pioneering African American doctor.
American dancer and television actress.
American lawyer and legal scholar.
Haitian immigrant victim of police brutality in New York City.
New York legislator.
New York legislator and Revolutionary War officer.
Wisconsin governor and judge.
U.S. Federal Circuit judge and U.S. Air Force general.
Nuclear arms protestor killed during threat to destroy Washington Monument.
D.C. Circuit Court and Kentucky state court judge.
Scottish-born writer and politician in Dominica.
New Mexico Supreme Court justice.
New York state court judge and U.S. congressman.
New York state court judge and U.S. Supreme Court justice.
New York lawyer and failed U.S. Supreme Court nominee.
Georgia politician, Continental Congressman, and American Revolution officer.
American architect.
Dominica politician in the House of Assembly.
Montana Supreme Court justice and member of the Montana House of Representatives.
Dominica politician who served as a senator in the House of Assembly.
New Mexico Supreme Court justice.
American artist.
Dominican politician appointed as a senator to the House of Assembly.
American photographer.
American painter.
American ambassador and law professor.
North Carolina politician and Continental Congressman.
Dominica politician elected to the House of Assembly.
New Jersey politician and Continental Congressman.
British Royal Navy admiral and Newfoundland colonial governor.
Pennsylvania politician, judge, and Continental Congressman.
Pennsylvania politician and U.S. Congressman.
Indiana politician and U.S. Congressman.
Maryland politician and U.S. Congressman.
U.S. Congressman.
Indiana politician and U.S. Congressman.
Maryland politician, member of the Continental and U.S. Congresses.
American television and film character actor.
American voice actor.
American Revolutionary War veteran and Continental Congressman.
Vermont politician, judge, and U.S. Congressman.
Pennsylvania politician, judge, and U.S. Congressman.
New York lawyer, politician, and U.S. Congressman.
Cuban-born American minor league baseball player.
Ohio State Senator and Chief Justice of the Montana Territorial Supreme Court.
Continental Congressman.
Montana Supreme Court justice.
Tobacco farmer jailed for making false threats of explosives on the National Mall in D.C. One of my personal favorites...
U.S. District Court judge.
Justice on the Montana and Dakota Territory Supreme Courts and member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Macedonia.

Places: +

Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
Potomac River tributary in eastern United States.
Walk-through zoo and conservation center for Green Monkeys in Barbados.
Street in New York City.
Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
A district in Dominica for descendants of the indigenous Carib people.
Columbus, Ohio neighborhood.
Art museum in Columbus, Ohio.
Zoo in Powell, Ohio.
U.S. national park in Washington, D.C.
A village in Dominica.
Arlington, Virginia neighborhood.
Botanical gardens in Roseau, Dominica.
14th century Norman tower house in Ireland.
16th century Norman tower house in Ireland.
15th century Norman tower house in Ireland.
Law school in Washington, D.C.
Columbus, Ohio neighborhood.
U.S. national park in California.
Smithsonian Insitute art museum in Washington, D.C.
National library in Beirut, Lebanon.
1914 National Historic Landmark at the Grand Canyon designed by Mary Colter.
Sports and entertainment arena in Washington, D.C.; since renamed to "Verizon Center."
Village in Dominica.
The oldest active Catholic cemetery in Franklin County, Ohio.
Smithsonian Institute American history museum in Washington, D.C.
Smithsonian Institute natural history museum in Washington, D.C.
Tributary of the Scioto River in central Ohio.
Small farming village on Dominica's east coast.
Arlington, Virginia neighborhood.
Columbus, Ohio neighborhood founded by Italian immigrants.
State park in Arizona.
Art district and gay neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio.
Headquarters of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
New York City neighborhood.
U.S. national park in Washington, D.C.
Contemporary art museum in Columbus, Ohio.
Unincorporated community in Lee County, Kentucky.
Amusement park in Germany built in offline nuclear power plant.

Animals: +

Ameiva plei, a lizard species found on Anguilla, Saint Martin, and Saint Barthélemy.
Anolis gingivinus, a lizard species found on Anguilla, Saint Martin, and Saint Barthélemy.
Sphaerodactylus elegantulus, a gecko species endemic to Antigua and Barbuda.
Hemidactylus palaichthus, a gecko species found primarily in South America.
Alsophis antillensis, a snake species endemic to the Lesser Antilles.
Anolis extremus, a lizard species native to Barbados.
Mastigodryas bruesi, a snake species endemic to the Lesser Antilles.
Anolis pogus, a lizard species endemic to Saint Martin.
Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, a gecko species mainly found in the Greater Antilles.
Anolis aeneus, an anole lizard found in the Caribbean and South America.
Ameiva corax, a lizard species endemic to a tiny island of Anguilla.
Cricosaura typica, a species of night lizard found in Cuba.
Xantusia vigilis, a species of night lizard found in southern California.
A lizard endemic to the Caribbean island of Dominica.
A blind snake endemic to the Caribbean island of Dominica.
A lizard endemic to the Caribbean island of Dominica.
A butterfly endemic to the Caribbean island of Dominica.
Sphaerodactylus fantasticus, a gecko found in the Lesser Antilles.
Bradypodion fischeri, a chameleon species found in Kenya and Tanzania.
Anolis richardii, an anole lizard found in the Caribbean.
Typhlops guadeloupensis, a blind snake endemic to Guadeloupe.
Leptotyphlops tenella, a blind snake mainly found in South America.
A unisexual species of lizard found in South America and Barbados.
Sphaerodactylus sputator, a species of gecko endemic to the Lesser Antilles.
Liophis juliae, a snake species endemic to the Lesser Antilles.
Bachia heteropa, a microteiid lizard found in the Caribbean and South America.
Anolis leachii, a lizard species native to Antigua and Barbuda.
Anolis terraealtae, a lizard species endemic to Guadeloupe.
Sphaerodactylus microlepis, a gecko found in the Lesser Antilles.
A species of skink found in the Caribbean and South America.
A species of skink found in the Lesser Antilles.
A species of skink found in South America.
A species of skink found in the Caribbean.
Anolis roquet, an anole lizard endemic to Martinique.
Gymnophthalmus pleei, a microteiid lizard found in the Lesser Antilles.
Ameiva pluvianotata, a lizard species found on Caribbean islands of Montserrat and Redonda.
Typhlops monastus, a blind snake species found in Lesser Antilles.
Anolis ferreus, a lizard species endemic to Guadeloupe.
A bee species that makes nests from flower petals.
Anolis bimaculatus, a lizard species found on Sint Eustatius, St. Kitts, and Nevis.
Anolis nubilis, a lizard species endemic to the uninhabited Caribbean island of Redonda.
Sphaerodactylus sabanus, lizard species endemic to Lesser Antilles.
Anolis sabanus, an anole lizard endemic to the Caribbean island of Saba.
Ameiva erythrocephala, a species found on Sint Eustatius and on Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Anolis luciae, an anole lizard endemic to Saint Lucia.
Bothrops caribbaeus, a viper endemic to Saint Lucia.
Leptotyphlops breuili, a blind snake species endemic to Saint Lucia.
Anolis trinitatus, an anole lizard found in the Caribbean.
Liophis melanotus, a snake species found in the Caribbean and South America.
Anolis griseus, an anole lizard endemic to Saint Vincent.
Ameiva corvina, a species endemic to the uninhabited Anguillan island of Sombrero.
A gecko species endemic to the Grenadines.
A gecko species endemic to the Lesser Antilles.
Bradypodion xenorhinum, a species of chameleon found in Uganda and the Congo.
A blind snake species endemic to Saint Barthélemy‎.
Clelia errabunda, an extinct snake species formerly found on Saint Lucia.
Gymnophthalmus underwoodi, a microteiid lizard species found in the Lesser Antilles and South America.
Sphaerodactylus vincenti, a species of gecko found in the Lesser Antilles.
Anolis wattsi, a species of lizard found in the Caribbean.
Lepidophyma flavimaculatum, a species of night lizard found in Central America.

Other things: +

1970-1975 horror-themed Marvel Comic title.
1958 American photography book by Robert Frank.
1774 anti-British trade compact between twelve of the thirteen American colonies.
American comedy television show debuting in 2014.
1939 American photography book by Berenice Abbott.
The first comic book masked crimefighter, published 1936-1944.
American Revolution-era body responsible for communication between the colonies.
1917 film with Fatty Arbuckle and Buster Keaton.
By-election held to fill two seats declared vacant.
Public school district in Dublin, Ohio.
2006 novel by Claire Messud.
A waste collection system that works through underground pneumatic tubes.
A bound series of pictures that vary in slight progression so as to animate when viewed in rapid succession.1
Independent U.S. agency that services other government agencies.
1977 American short film spoof of Star Wars.
1974 true crime book by Vincent Bugliosi about Manson murders and trial.
1990 American cable television show created by Joel Hodgson.
1890 American book by Jacob Riis documenting slum conditions in New York City.
Chief legal officer of the State of Indiana.
Fictional female reporter published in an American comic strip 1927-1968.
American Christmas song written in 1857.
Epic poem by Allen Ginsburg published in 1961.
CNN news commentary show hosted by Lou Dobbs.
2003 American film by Sofia Coppola.
Fictional crossdressing crimefighter published by Quality Comics 1940-1942.
Two comic book series published by Marvel Comics, 1971-1973 and 1975-1976.
Early 20th century New York City school founded around socialist and labor ideals.
1924 scientific racism book advancing racial atavism as a cause for Down syndrome.
Pseudo-vampire antihero character published by Marvel Comics since 1971.
Public school district in Cincinnati, Ohio.
American brand of tobacco cigarette manufactured by Phillip Morris.
Critically derided American variety television show that only aired in 1980.
1915 novel by D.H. Lawrence.
1975 film with Jeff Bridges and Sam Waterston.
1994 debut film of directory Kelly Reichardt.
1991 American film by Cameron Crowe.
American alternative comic book publisher since 1986.
Fictional female costumed crimefighter published by Quality Comics, 1942-1943.
Alternative erotica and social networking website.
The oldest U.S. federal law enforcement agency, operating under the National Park Service.
Group of Vienna painters formed in 1946.
American tobacco cigarette brand manufactured by Phillip Morris and marketed to women.
1920 novel by D.H. Lawrence.

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