The most intriguing aspect of Olmstead v. L.C. and E.W., No. 98-536, won’t be found in the briefs or, probably, even in the April 21 oral arguments.

Instead, take a look at the correspondence file at the Supreme Court, usually the repository of routine letters to and from the court about argument dates and filing deadlines.

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