Roberts' rebukes of SG's office: pattern or not?
Court watchers say his barbs don't reflect real antipathy.
Recent oral arguments in which Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. challenged certain practices by the Office of the Solicitor General have left some court watchers scratching their heads and wondering whether they are isolated incidents or symptoms of a growing problem.
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