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Gershengorn, a deputy solicitor general, received hostile questions from most of the justices.
Only one attorney argued for the state of Texas, Adam Aston, the principal deputy solicitor general with the attorney general's office.
Deputy Solicitor General Peter Wong will also accompany him.
In a case where the government placed a GPS tracking device under a vehicle and monitored the driver's movements for a month without a search warrant, Chief Justice John Roberts told Michael Dreeben, deputy solicitor general of the U.
If you win this case," Justice Stephen Breyer told Deputy Solicitor General Michael Dreeben during oral arguments in November, "then there is nothing to prevent the police or the government from monitoring 24 hours a day the public movement of every citizen of the United States," which "sounds like 1984.
Principal Deputy Solicitor General Neal Katyal argued employees should know where ultimate authority rests among superiors saying, "The computer help desk cannot supplant the chief's desk.
Deputy Solicitor General Neal Katyal, Justice Ricky Polston, FSCHS President Edith Osman, Justice Jorge Labarga, and Florida Bar President Jesse Diner.
Counsel can call the Office and request the names of both the Deputy Solicitor General and the Assistant to the Solicitor General assigned to the case.