Salmon A. Shomade is visiting associate professor of political science and adjunct professor of law at Emory University.
Chapter 1: Decision Making in the U.S Supreme Court and State Supreme Courts
Chapter 2: Chief Justice Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court 2001–2003
Chapter 3: Elevating Chief Justice Bernette Johnson in Louisiana
Chapter 4: Verbal and Physical Assaults in Wisconsin Supreme Court
Chapter 5: Controversies, State Court Judges and Decision Making
In this book Salmon Shomade probes three extraordinary episodes in state supreme courts, analyzing their impact on those courts and their implications for explanation of judicial behavior. Taking a careful and creative approach, Shomade provides valuable insights on decision making in appellate courts.