FILE - This April 22, 2104 file photo shows videojournalists setting up outside the Supreme Court in Washington. The court said Monday it will hear the case of a Florida fisherman who wants the court to throw out his conviction for getting rid of some small grouper under a federal law originally aimed at the accounting industry. Commercial fishing boat captain John Yates argues that the federal government used its mighty power to convict him of tossing overboard three fish that were under the 20-inch minimum legal size for red grouper caught in the Gulf of Mexico.  (AP Photo/J. David Ake, File)

J. David Ake

FILE - This April 22, 2104 file photo shows videojournalists setting up outside the Supreme Court in Washington. The court said Monday it will hear the case of a Florida fisherman who wants the court to throw out his conviction for getting rid of some small grouper under a federal law originally aimed at the accounting industry. Commercial fishing boat captain John Yates argues that the federal government used its mighty power to convict him of tossing overboard three fish that were under the 20-inch minimum legal size for red grouper caught in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/J. David Ake, File)

High Court to hear fish tale of 3 missing groupers

The Associated Press

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WASHINGTON — Not even Supreme Court justices can resist a good fish story.

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