The U.S. Supreme Court posts its decisions on its website, SupremeCourt.gov. The court offers three kinds of opinions: slip opinions, opinions relating to orders, and in-chamber opinions. More »

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As of 2015, the latest Supreme Court cases can be found on the Supreme Court of the United States website. All cases are available in the Opinions section of the site. More »

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Find 2014 Supreme Court decisions on SupremeCourt.gov, the website for the United States Supreme Court. Under the tab Case Documents, users can choose to search Orders - Earlier Term. From there, orders of the court are ... More »

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Find 2014 Supreme Court decisions on SupremeCourt.gov, the website for the United States Supreme Court. Under the tab Case Documents, users can choose to search Orders - Earlier Term. From there, orders of the court are ... More »

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The U.S. Supreme Court decides criminal and civil appeals cases that involve federal law, according to the U.S. Justice Department’s Offices of the United States Attorneys. Cases come from other federal appeals courts an... More »

Information about Supreme Court rulings can be found in online databases such as the database at FindLaw.com. The database can be searched with the known names of parties involved and time frame for which the case decisi... More »

Decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court can be overturned by either a constitutional amendment or by a future U.S. Supreme Court decision, according to HowStuffWorks. Supreme Court decisions can also be countered or cir... More »