Remembering the Life, Career of Justice Scalia


M. Miller Baker, who argued Supreme Court cases three times before the late Justice Scalia, expressed his belief that the Justice had “planned so stay on the Supreme Court as long as he could” before his death. As to Scalia’s replacement, Mr. Miller said that “the Constitution doesn’t provide a time limit for the President to act on a nomination. [It] merely says the President shall appoint, and the Senate shall provide advice and consent.” Watch the full interview.