Three appeal court justices seemed to have already made up their minds Wednesday about whether a San Francisco shoe store manager deserved overtime pay, but they kept it to themselves during oral arguments, focusing instead on side issues.

First District Court of Appeal Justices James Marchiano, Sandra Margulies and Douglas Swager made it quite clear that the briefing on John Murphy’s claims to overtime pay in a major wage-and-hour case had been well briefed and needed no further argument.

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