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All of the following statements regarding the process through which the Supreme Court hears oral arguments are true EXCEPT

1) Justices begin hearing oral arguments in October and generally hear arguments until June.

2) After the Justices have studied the briefs, the lawyers from each side are allowed one-half hour to present their oral arguments.

3) After oral arguments, the Chief Justice leads the other Justices in conference or private meeting to discuss the case before issuing an opinion.

4) Justices hear oral arguments for 50 weeks of the year but only on Mondays

i'm not sure at all but maybe its #2?

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    http://www.supremecourt.gov/visiting/visitorsguidetooralargument.aspx

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