Nino as a Cat and Roberts as a Farmer

March 2nd, 2011

Some SCOTUS funny drawings from the talented Art Lien.

In his opinion inĀ Staub v. Proctor Hospital Justice Scalia said it was a “cat’s paw case”.

And Chief Justice Roberts, to explain why the Court unanimously found that AT&T does not posses personal privacy, even if it is a person, cited the distinct meanings of “corn” and “corny”, and “crank” and “cranky”