It was 3:30 a.m. on a cool Monday morning in February, and I was getting up for work. “How did I get into this?” I asked myself.
I was pretty sure it was all Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Chris Walker’s fault.
Sure, I don’t know Professor Walker personally. But on a random Saturday in January he tweeted at me.
But that dratted tweet got me thinking. Do you really have to show up at 5 a.m. for an argument at 10?
I recruited Fix the Court’s Gabe Roth to help me investigate.
Check out our 7 hour and 40 minute excursion to see two oral arguments.
Spoiler alert: Yes, you must get up before sunrise to see oral arguments. *yawns*
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