When the Supreme Court had two female justices, even the most experienced advocates would get them mixed up with disturbing frequency, addressing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as “Justice [Sandra Day] O’Connor” and vice versa.

Now that Ginsburg is the only woman on the Court, you’d think that she would no longer be confused with another justice. But on April 24 it happened again.

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