It was kind of like watching a "nyah, nyah boo boo" moment on a playground. Only it was the State Supreme Court. And it was a very important case -- the Milwaukee Police Association's challenge to the city's residency rule. But, hey, if you can't interrupt yourself to act like a child when you are a Supreme Court justice, when can you? Here's the exchange between Justice Michael Gableman and Justice Ann Walsh Bradley. It started when Gableman confronted Bradley.
Gableman: Justice Bradley, is there something amusing that I’m saying?
A. Bradley: It must be the acoustics that have a problem here.
Gableman: It must be. It must be, Ann. So back to my question....
Gretchen Schuldt is executive director of the Wisconsin Justice Initiative.
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