Citing 'My Cousin Vinny,' DC Circuit Upholds SCOTUS Protest Ban
A federal appeals panel on Friday upheld the law barring anyone from making “a harangue or oration” at the U.S. Supreme Court—the latest in a series of rulings protecting the high court from protesters inside the building or on its grounds.
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