The Supreme Court was the highest court in the United States, and had the power of judicial review. It was presided over by the head of the judicial branch, the Chief Justice.
During the events of Day 6, Vice President Noah Daniels challenged the power of President Wayne Palmer when he had the 25th Amendment activated. The vote was 7-7, but Daniels claimed the vote of Karen Hayes was invalid, due to the fact she resigned earlier in the day and was never officially reinstated. Attorney General Kevin Graves said this was a legal matter and passed the case off to the Supreme Court. When Tom Lennox blackmailed Daniels with evidence that proved he and Lisa Miller planned to commit perjury, Daniels withdrew his affidavit from the Supreme Court.
In Washington, D.C., Senator and President-elect Allison Taylor was sworn into office as President by Chief Justice Edwin Ross.