Study: High Court Arguments Fail Lawyers and the Public

Study: High Court Arguments Fail Lawyers and the Public

Marcia Coyle

Justice Clarence Thomas, criticized often for his decadelong silence in oral arguments, just might have a point to that silence, according to a recent study of the "hot" bench in the U.S. Supreme Court.

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