Yesterday, we took a close look at the Court’s history with civil cases involving governmental parties and administrative law.  Today, we’re on the criminal law side of the docket, reviewing the Court’s experience with cases involving criminal sentencing.

Since 1990, the Court has taken a virtually equal number of sentencing cases won by each side

Yesterday, we reviewed the Court’s record with civil cases involving government entities and administrative law.  Today, we’re looking at the criminal side of the docket – specifically, cases involving sentencing law.

The Court decided five sentencing law cases in 1990, one in 1991, eleven in 1992, one in 1993, three in 1994, six in 1995