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Recently cited in the Ramos v. Louisiana case, which SCOTUS justice adopted a “dual-track” incorporation approach in Apodaca v. Oregon?

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Recently cited in the Ramos v. Louisiana case, which SCOTUS justice adopted a “dual-track” incorporation approach in Apodaca v. Oregon?

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Recently cited in the Ramos v. Louisiana case, which SCOTUS justice adopted a “dual-track” incorporation approach in Apodaca v. Oregon?

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Recently cited in the Community Health Options v. United States case, which Federal Circuit judge filed a dissent which reasoned the riders could not "apply retroactively."

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Recently cited in the Community Health Options v. United States case, which Federal Circuit judge filed a dissent which reasoned the riders could not "apply retroactively."

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Recently cited in the Community Health Options v. United States case, which Federal Circuit judge filed a dissent which reasoned the riders could not "apply retroactively."

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Recently cited in the Community Health Options v. United States case, which Federal Circuit judge filed a dissent which reasoned the riders could not "apply retroactively."

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Recently cited in the Community Health Options v. United States case, which Federal Circuit judge filed a dissent which reasoned the riders could not "apply retroactively."

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In the recent SCOTUS case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Inc. v. City Of New York, which justice filed the dissent, claiming, "This case is not moot."

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The U.S. Supreme Court heard its first remote oral argument on Monday, May 4, 2020. Which case did they hear?

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What is the longest period of time Justice Clarence Thomas has refrained from asking a question during oral argument?

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Which Justice wrote the unanimous opinion in Kelly v. United States et al., stating, " ... not every corrupt act by state or local officials is a federal crime"?

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Which Justice wrote the unanimous opinion in Kelly v. United States et al., stating, " ... not every corrupt act by state or local officials is a federal crime"?

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Which Justice wrote the unanimous opinion in Kelly v. United States et al., stating, " ... not every corrupt act by state or local officials is a federal crime"?

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Which Justice penned a dissent in Banister v. Davis, stating that the Fifth Circuit was correct to dismiss Banister’s untimely appeal?

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In Lomax v. Ortiz-Marques et Al., Lomax argued he hadn't violated the three-strike rule of the PLRA. Which appellate court rejected his argument before he appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court?

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