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Where usually the terminology tends to be legal, and in Latin, yesterday the discussion touched on underpants and the "ick factor" as the Supreme Court considered a middle school strip search case from Arizona.
Dahlia Lithwick has the story here.
NYT story here.
April 22, 2009 in Courtroom, Drawings, SCOTUS, Sketch, Supreme Court | Permalink
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