It wasn’t exactly a lost fall for the U.S. Supreme Court, but, as the justices don their robes for the first oral arguments of 2010 starting today, there is a sense that the term is just now beginning to take shape.

Blockbuster opinions, riveting oral arguments and a possible retirement loom in the next six months, all promising to make the Court’s first three months in session fade quickly from view.

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