Embedded in the floor is a replica of the Court's seal surrounded by eight marble columns. The seal contains the the official motto: Sat Cito Si Recte, Latin for "Soon enough if done rightly." The green shafts of the columns are from Maryland the white bases were imported from Italy. The copper eagles were sculpted by a Panama City, Florida artist and are meant to symbolize the ideals that many people associate with our national emblem.


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