April 30th, 2009
10:53 PM ET
5 years ago

Justice Souter to retire from Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (CNN) – A source close to Supreme Court Justice David Souter has confirmed to CNN he plans to retire from the court after the term recesses in late June. A court spokesperson said tonight the justice would have no comment on the report.


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  1. skyhawkdriver

    Does anyone want to hear something scary??.one of the names being passed around is the current governor of massachusetts Deval Patrick..as a resident of massachusetts I can tell you there couldn't be a worse choice..any politics aside,this is a man who can't make a decision even if the answer is staring him in the face..appointing him for life on the supreme court would be a mistake..hopefully he will instead run for congress where he can become irrelevant..his chances of getting reelected as governor are slim to none..there is a reason he is known as "Tax It All Deval"

    May 1, 2009 12:25 pm at 12:25 pm |

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