How are cases accepted into the Supreme Court?
A ‘cert pool’ of law clerks assigned to each justice read the petitions of certiorari, write a brief summary about the case and then recommend whether or not it should be accepted. Using that information, the Justices decide in a meeting referred to as the Justices’ Conference. (Source)
Why would a construction crew spray a building getting wrecking balled?
To control dust. (Source)
Which states do not allow write-in candidates?
Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama & South Carolina (Source)
Which supreme court case has the most amicus curiae (friend of the court) filed for it?
What’s cashmere made out of?
Cashmere goat wool (Source)