The woman who challenged Virginia's anti-miscegenation law, resulting in the most appropriately named case in Supreme Court history (Loving v. Virginia), died Friday. Story here.
Another SCOTUS "aptonym" (as Gene Weingarten of the Washington Post calls them) is this:
"The alleged fraud was a common and straightforward one. [Petitioner] purchased used cars, rolled back their odometers, and then sold the automobiles to Wisconsin retail dealers for prices artificially inflated because of the low-mileage readings." Schmuck v. United States, 489 U.S. 705 (1989).
Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving met as children