Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, College of
Political Science, Department of
BURS Faculty Advisor
The research encompassed a study on the consistency in judicial interpretations and factors that influenced U.S. Supreme Court decisions. To do this, the study explored literature and theoretical perspectives relating to judicial interpretations and decisions. The target population entailed officers in the Office of the Solicitor General for their experience in Court rulings. Interviews were conducted among ten respondents, with data collected, coded, and analyzed. The study results were then presented, discussed, and conclusions derived from them. Generally, the study found serious inconsistencies in interpretations not only between justices but also in almost similar cases. Decisions by justices were conflicting and shaped by different factors.
Carroll, Gordon, "Elucidation Strategies: A Case Study of the U.S Supreme Court" (2022). Belmont University Research Symposium (BURS). 62.