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June 30, 2007

What goes around comes around

This AP article documents Justice Breyer's evident frustrations with the schools ruling this past week:

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer shook his head.  He rolled his eyes. He even grimaced once or twice as he listened to Chief Justice John Roberts read the majority opinion in the school diversity case on Thursday.  As the high court ended its term, Breyer showed obvious disappointment with the opinion.

Funny, this tends to be my reaction when I read Justice Breyer's opinions on the Sixth Amendment.

For lots of end-of-Term coverage, be sure to check out How Appealing and The Volokh Conspiracy.

June 30, 2007 at 08:17 PM | Permalink

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