Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer To Retire This Week

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Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer To Retire This Week

Supreme Court Justice , Stephen Breyer , To Retire This Week.

Supreme Court Justice , Stephen Breyer , To Retire This Week.

Fox News reports that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has announced that he will step down from the nation's highest court effective June 30 at noon.

Fox News reports that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has announced that he will step down from the nation's highest court effective June 30 at noon.

In January, Breyer first notified President Biden of his intent to retire at the end of the current term.

In a June 29 letter, Breyer updated the president after the Supreme Court made it known that it will issue its final opinions of the term on the morning of June 30.

In a June 29 letter, Breyer updated the president after the Supreme Court made it known that it will issue its final opinions of the term on the morning of June 30.

The Court has announced that tomorrow, beginning at 10 a.m., it will hand down all remaining opinions ready during this Term, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice, via Fox News.

Accordingly, my retirement from active service under the provisions of 28 U.S.C.

§ 371(b) will be effective on Thursday, June 30, 2022, at noon, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice, via Fox News.

83-year-old Breyer has served on the Supreme Court since 1994.

It has been my great honor to participate as a judge in the effort to maintain our Constitution and the Rule of Law, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice, via Fox News.

Breyer was nominated by President Bill Clinton.

He is the second-longest serving active justice.

President Biden has already nominated D.C.

Circuit Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to replace Breyer.

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Jackson's nomination was confirmed by the Senate in April.

Breyer noted Jackson's confirmation in his retirement letter, saying she , "is prepared to take the prescribed oaths to begin her service as the 116th member of this Court.".

Breyer noted Jackson's confirmation in his retirement letter, saying she , "is prepared to take the prescribed oaths to begin her service as the 116th member of this Court."


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