Bet you think the answer is obvious–it’s Abrahamson, right? Wrong! Click SCOWstats.com for the answer. While you’re at it, note the startling difference between how Sixth-Amendment arguments fare in SCOW compared with Fourth-Amendment arguments. Orin Kerr of Volokh Conspiracy fame recently did a post on the chances of a Fourth Amendment argument winning in SCOTUS. Answer: 50%. Click here. And in SCOW? 7%! Click here. Almost makes you wonder if it’s worth filing a petition for review on Fourth-Amendment issues, except that you can’t reach SCOTUS’s comparatively warm embrace without one!