Deadly tomato children. Poisoned chocolate sauce. Grape-shaped hairbrushes. These are just some of the odd and sometimes fantastical images conjured up by Stephen Breyer in hypotheticals posed to lawyers arguing before the Supreme Court during 27 years as a justice.
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Stephen Breyer, The Supreme Court's King of Legal Hypotheticals
Justice Stephen Breyer's most surreal hypotheticals, during his nearly three decades on the bench, brought to life through animation.
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