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Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses how the Supreme Court justices show their personalities when hearing cases and writing opinions. Filmed at the Supreme Court Historical Society in Washington, D.C. For more SCOTUS and politics coverage from the PBS NewsHour, visit http://pbs.org/newshour