By Amanda James (July 2, 2018, 9:07 PM EDT) -- Justice Anthony Kennedy clarified the role of a woman named Peaches at a party. Justice Neil Gorsuch shared his critique of cake. The court indulged in a lengthy hypothetical on the food made by Justice Samuel Alito's wife.
Amid weighty legal discussions in the Supreme Court this term, there were several moments of levity, too.
Law360 looked at the number of times "laughter" occurred in the text of oral argument transcripts to see which cases and justices had onlookers chuckling the most.
By this metric, Justice Stephen Breyer was by far the funniest; laughter followed his remarks 49 times. Runners-up were...
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