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By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The composition of judges on the U.S. Supreme Court has been cast once again into the spotlight with Justice David Souter's decision to retire when the court's term ends this summer.
Justice David Souter, the 105th justice to be appointed to the Supreme Court, said Friday he plans to retire in June after more than 18 years on the bench.
Amid the news that Supreme Court Justice David Souter plans to retire this summer, the National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle discusses Souter's career and possible replacement.
In a politically sensitive case, the Supreme Court appeared reluctant Wednesday to strike down the nation's strictest requirement that voters show photo identification before they cast ballots.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday on three First Amendment cases dealing with a high school student, campaign ads and faith-based initiatives. Legal expert Marcia Coyle talks about their implications.
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