Now that raisins and Spider-Man are out of the way, the Supreme Court can focus on some of the bigger cases to ever grace the docket. From gay marriage to the death penalty to healthcare, the justices are seeking to answer some of the biggest questions of our time. But what if they get it wrong? What happens if years later, they find that they erred in their judgment? Madeleine speaks with Emily Bazelon of the New York Times Magazine, who wrote this week about what happens when judges change their minds.