In addition to droll anecdotes and jokes sprinkled throughout the documents he filed with the Senate Judiciary committee, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito Jr. expresses strong views about more serious subjects, including the "gladiator" image of lawyers, the use of anonymous juries and cameras in the courtroom.
Alito Speeches Reveal a Warmer, Wittier Nominee
December 20, 2005
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