Supreme Court of the United States

Today at the Court - Thursday, Jun 1, 2023

  • The Court will convene for a public non-argument session in the Courtroom at 10 a.m. 
  • The Court may announce opinions, which are posted on the homepage after announcement from the Bench.
  • The Court will release an order list at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, June 5.
  • Seating for the non-argument session will be provided to the public, members of the Supreme Court Bar, and press. The Supreme Court Building will otherwise be closed.
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Recent Decisions

May 25, 2023
Dupree v. Younger (22-210)
A post-trial motion under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 50 is not required to preserve for appellate review a purely legal issue resolved at summary judgment.

Sackett v. EPA (21-454)
The Clean Water Act extends only to wetlands that have a continuous surface connection with “waters” of the United States—i.e., with a relatively permanent body of water connected to traditional interstate navigable waters, 33 U. S. C. §1362(7)—making it difficult to determine where the water ends and the wetland begins.

Tyler v. Hennepin County (22-166)
Petitioner Geraldine Tyler plausibly alleges that Hennepin County unconstitutionally retained the excess value of her home above her tax debt in violation of the Takings Clause.

May 22, 2023
Calcutt v. FDIC (22-714) (Per Curiam)
After determining that the FDIC had made two legal errors in adjudicating petitioner’s case, the Sixth Circuit’s proper course was to remand the matter back to the FDIC for further consideration; the Sixth Circuit erred by conducting its own review of the record and affirming the FDIC’s sanctions against petitioner based on a legal rationale different from the one adopted by the FDIC.

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Did You Know...

“The Soldier’s Faith”

Oliver Wendell Holmes volunteered for the 20th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment at the beginning of the Civil War. He saw many battles throughout Virginia, including at Fredericksburg and Antietam. In 1895, he delivered a Memorial Day speech entitled “The Soldier’s Faith” at Harvard University. In the speech, he reminisced about his experiences during the Civil War and the significance of memories:

“As for us, our days of combat are over. Our swords are rust. Our guns will thunder no more. The vultures that once wheeled over our heads are buried with their prey. Whatever of glory yet remains for us to win must be won in the council or the closet, never again in the field. I do not repine. We have shared the incommunicable experience of war; we have felt, we still feel, the passion of life to its top.”

President Theodore Roosevelt appointed Holmes as an Associate Justice in 1902. After serving nearly 30 years on the Supreme Court of the United States, Holmes retired at the age of 90. He died in 1935, and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.


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Lieutenant Colonel Oliver Wendell Holmes, c. 1864.
Lieutenant Colonel Oliver Wendell Holmes, c. 1864.
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Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.’s headstone.
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.’s headstone.
Arlington National Cemetery
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