Justice Antonin Scalia

In honor of one of the great United State Supreme Court Justices passing over the weekend, Justice Scalia said this in a past interview with Piers Morgan.

Justice Scalia: “My hardest [decision ever made]?  It's the dullest case imaginable. They -- there is -- there is no necessary correlation between the difficulty of a decision and its importance. Some of the most insignificant cases have been the hardest. It would probably be a patent caseYou want me to describe it really?
Piers Morgan: No, I don't. (LAUGHTER)
Justice Scalia: No. Of course. (LAUGHTER)

Justice Antonin Scalia
Born: March 11, 1936    
Died: February 13, 2016

Alma Mater: Georgetown Univeristy, Harvard University
United States Assitance Attorney General: August 22, 1974 - January 20, 1977

Judge of the United States Court of the Appeals for the Disctrict of Columbia Circuit: August 17, 1982 - September 26, 1986

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States:  September 26, 1986 - February 13, 2016

Justice Scalia was of great importance to his field of Law in his dedication and efforts throughout his years. We should all aspire to be such a figure in our respective fields. 

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