Eighteen months into his tenure on the Supreme Court, Justice Samuel Alito Jr. on Tuesday said the Court’s deliberative process is good and the Court itself is transparent, but he has one small complaint.

During oral argument, Alito said in a talk at Pepperdine University School of Law in California, his colleagues are so inquisitive that “it’s extremely difficult to get a question in.”

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