In the spring of this year, solo criminal defense attorney Michael Studebaker packed up his family from their home in Utah so his three sons could watch him argue his first case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

After watching the argument, Studebaker’s 10-year-old son drew up his rendition of the high court. The picture shows a stick figure of his father facing the justices, and all the way to the left, he has one justice frowning.

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