Home Pages of the United States Judicial System

I have been playing with a visualization of the U.S. judicial system as part of learning about it. As I was tracking down web sites that were not in CourtListener.com's site, I couldn't help but notice a variety of styles for the home pages for the court. Not unexpected, of course.

Anyway, I was curious what it would look like to use the home pages in the visualization, and so I used phantomjs to grab down screenshots of the sites, and then the handy "sips" command on the mac to reduce to the file size. A screenshot is below.

A view of the spectrum of web page design
across the courts of the U.S. Judicial System

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