Jena Osman, comments on her interest in court transcripts
(from a piece called "Court Reports" originally published in How2)

"I'm fascinated by Supreme Court transcripts. What's of particular interest to me is how so often "justice" comes down to issues of grammar. For a while now I've been receiving summaries (via email) of Supreme Court decisions through the Legal Information Institute at the Cornell Law School. In the work below, I've chosen cases where language rules obviously held the key to some of the decision making. I then asserted my own version of the rule on the summary itself. I've included an excerpt from the summary followed by the results of my procedures."