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Why are the Supreme Court procedures so rigid?

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    Courts tend to be formal and rigid. Since the Supreme Court is the nation's top court of justice, it must follow the rules. Its job is to interpret the Constitution to determine if current laws obey the words and intent of the Constitution.

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