Tweets Track Secret Edits to SCOTUS Opinions

For those who grab and review SCOTUS opinions as soon as they are issued, beware! The opinions are subject to change without notice – and in material ways. A new tool helps track these changes and keep you up to date:

Last month, a collective “Really!?” rolled through the U.S. legal community when Harvard Law Professor Richard J. Lazarus published his study — and Adam Liptak reported it in The New York Times — revealing that the Supreme Court sometimes quietly revises its opinions years after they were issued, sometimes in ways that result in “truly substantive changes in factual statements and legal reasoning.”

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