Case of Mistaken Identity at US Supreme Court

, Supreme Court Brief

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On the rare occasions when he felt the U.S. Supreme Court had messed up, the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist was fond of saying, "Even Homer nods." The court nodded Monday and confessed that it had almost drummed the wrong lawyer out of the Supreme Court bar.

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  • Bright Quang

    Supreme Court was mistaken identity, so the life of weak American was lost by the America Justice.

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