The justices decide whether a woman's First Amendment rights compromise national security when she wants to publish the memoirs of her father, a dead CIA agent.
Justice Novelli comes under fire when news spreads that a gun he once owned was used in a drive-by shooting.
The court decides if a doctor violated clients' Fourth Amendment rights when he allowed police to test their blood for DNA evidence without their consent.
An audiotape circulates in which Justice Snow criticizes the court; the court decides if a 17-year-old boy's doctoring of a pornographic video to include his classmates constitutes a violation of the Child Pornography Protection Act.
Justice Novelli fights for a majority vote to support a law requiring convicted sex offenders to register with local authorities when they move into new neighborhoods.
The justices decide whether or not a gifted 16-year-old can drop out of high school to enter the NBA draft.
The justices decide if a woman can take her comatose husband off life support against their daughter's wishes.
When a doctor is murdered after being profiled on an anti-abortion Web site, the justices decide whether the First Amendment protects the site's owners or if they share responsibility for the man's death.
A vindictive senator hoping to get Novelli dismissed from the bench gives a reporter evidence indicating the justice's family has Mafia ties.
Justice Novelli becomes the swing vote as the court mulls whether to uphold California's "three strikes" law.
The life of a witness is at stake when the court mulls whether she should be allowed to testify anonymously against a drug lord.
Chief Justice Branklin and Justice Hoskins ask Justice Novelli for support in the case of a 16-year-old who wants an abortion against her parent's wishes.
The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court make legal decisions that affect the nation; Joe Mantegna, James Garner and Charles Durning star.