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Make of this what you will: Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Courtney Hudson Goodson attended the Jan.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas came to Massachusetts last week, one of the members of his security staff was none other than Leicester student Kevin Monahan.
Five Iowa state representatives on Thursday filed resolutions to impeach the remaining four Iowa Supreme Court justices who ruled in favor of gay marriage, Des Moines ABC affiliate WOI-DT reported.
Venerable US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens announced his retirement, setting off a battle over his successor certain to inject fresh venom into volatile election-year politics.
Sahn Ward & Baker announced that former Nassau County Supreme Court Justice and Administrative Judge Edward G.
YES Stripping rife tenure from Supreme Court Justices would "fix" a nonexistent problem and threaten America's independent judiciary.
For that and other efforts, including a six-year stint as a California Supreme Court justice, Arabian was named the 2006 Fernando Award winner, given out annually to the San Fernando Valley's outstanding volunteer.
The Supreme Court By Jeffrey Rosen $25, Times Books/Henry Holt Ask yourself what qualities make for a great Supreme Court justice, and the answers that spring quickly to mind are along the lines of "brilliance" and "consistency" and "impartiality.