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Supreme Court Justices couldn't stop interrupting each other during DACA oral arguments

Posted on AllSides November 14th, 2019
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The current Supreme Court justices have earned something of a reputation for being a particularly vocal group, with a recent study finding justices are becoming more talkative, while parties are speaking less during oral arguments.

"The Supreme Court justices are talking. And they are talking more than ever during oral argument," Terry Skolnik, an assistant professor of law at the University of Ottawa in Canada, wrote in a paper published in the Boston College Law Review in September.

On Tuesday, however, as Law & Crime first pointed out, Supreme Court...

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