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U.S. Supreme Court justices worked for the second straight week without taking the bench. But this time, there was a technological hitch.

Cases and Controversies hosts Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin recap the snafu and how the coronavirus is changing the way the justices themselves stay in shape.

They’re joined by the lawyer who won the court’s latest decision, SCOTUSblog’s Tom Goldstein.

The Goldstein & Russell partner breaks down the implications of the maritime decision in CITGO v. Frescati, whose issuance was delayed by problems with the court’s website. He also talks about how the justices might handle, or not handle, the spring arguments in this era of social distancing.

Kimberly and Jordan also preview a new case that the court will hear next term involving mistaken identity and suing law enforcement. Producer: David Schultz.

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