If you plan on working your way through the 177 pages of Hamdan opinions today, here’s what you have in front of you:
Justice Stevens wrote the main opinion — 73 pages long — which is a 5-Justice majority opinion in part and a 4-Justice judgement of the Court in part.
Justice Breyer wrote a 1-page concurrence joined by Souter, Kennedy, and Ginsburg.
Justice Kennedy wrote a 20-page concurrence, parts of which were joined by Souter, Ginburg, and Breyer.
Justice Scalia wrote a 24-page dissent on the jurisdictional and abstention issues that was joined by Thomas and Alito.
Justice Thomas wrote a 49-page dissent on the merits, joined by Scalia and in part by Alito.
Justice Alito wrote a 10-page dissent on the merits, joined in part by Thomas and Scalia.