The Supreme Court decided two criminal-related civil cases. In Los Angeles v. Patel, the Court struck down as unconstitutional on its face an LA ordinance letting the police inspect the guest registries of hotels at any time without a warrant. That is constitutional for junkyards, but, no, people are not the same as wrecked cars.
The second case is Kingsley v. Henderson. Pretrial detainees who claim that excessive force was used against them face a lower bar to recovery than convicted criminals.
Both cases were decided 5-4, with the "liberals" plus Justice Kennedy being the majority. (I generally don't care for those labels, but sometimes the simplistic model works.)
It also bears noting that Spider Man made an appearance in the high court in a patent/contract case, Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment LLC. How he made it through the court's tight security in that outfit I do not know. Justice Kagan has a good time with it, including a Spidey quote from 1962: "[I]n this world, with great power there must also come--great responsibility."
The next decision day is Thursday.