It was a hot bench at the Supreme Court of Georgia on Tuesday as justices peppered lawyers with an unstinting barrage of questions over whether to revive a challenge to Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan’s election.

At the outset, Atlanta attorney Bruce Brown, who represents the challengers, told the court its ruling will shape how future election contests based on electronic voting will be litigated.

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