Even my eight-year-old brother is YouTube proficient. So why not the Supreme Court?
Okay, so the Court didn’t exactly post its smoking evidence on YouTube. But the opinion in Scott v. Harris turns on video evidence, which the Court has posted on its site. Scalia and Breyer both seem to invite wide viewing of the video. SCOTUSBlog is quite impressed.
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