Yesterday, as it usually does on Fridays, the Texas Supreme Court issued its Weekly Orders — a whopping 12 opinions. The justices, by Blawgletter’s count:
- Ruled for the plaintiff in two of the 12 and for the defense in the other 10.
- Decided half without allowing oral argument.
- Wrote six opinions with no specific author.
Blawgletter doesn’t feel 100 percent comfortable with numbers, but even we can tell that these suggest a court confident of its inerrancy yet unaware of its isolation.