That choice meant that Reagan would also have to choose a nominee to fill Rehnquist's seat as associate justice.

Antonin Scalia (* 11. [174], Scalia also enjoyed a friendship with fellow Justice Elena Kagan, also considered a member of the court's liberal wing. Sein Vater arbeitete damals am Brooklyn College. Ryan McPhee. They got married in September, 1960. [16][17] On September 26, 2019, the Senate confirmed his nomination by a vote of 53–44. [5], During 1985–1987 he was an aide to Education Secretary William J. Bennett. "[92], In 2015, Scalia dissented from the majority opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, in which the Court ruled that the fundamental right to marry was guaranteed to same-sex couples by both the Due Process Clause and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Oktober 2020 um 22:57 Uhr bearbeitet. According to Scalia in 2008, "It's what did the words mean to the people who ratified the Bill of Rights or who ratified the Constitution".

he will be missed.

They were No. 1977 kehrte er in den akademischen Beruf zurück und lehrte an der University of Chicago (bis 1982), daneben auch als Gastprofessor an der Georgetown University und der Stanford University. From 1986 until his death he was associated with Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Shortly after the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in Newdow's favor but before the case came before the Supreme Court, Scalia spoke at a Knights of Columbus event in Fredericksburg, Virginia, stating that the Ninth Circuit decision was an example of how the courts were trying to excise God from public life.

[3], As of 2019, Scalia and his wife Patricia have seven children. [7] Zu keiner Zeit hätte sich der Supreme Court so häufig über den Willen des Gesetzgebers oder die vorherrschende Rechtsprechung hinweg gesetzt.

Scalia accused the majority of "spring[ing] a trap on the Executive" by ruling that it could hear cases involving persons at Guantanamo when no federal court had ever ruled that it had the authority to hear cases involving people there. [22] Scalia has been accused of improperly intervening in the gender and racial discrimination legal case brought forth by an agency of his own department against Oracle. [45], It was Scalia's view that clear lines of separation among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches follow directly from the Constitution, with no branch allowed to exercise powers granted to another branch.

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[58] He based that decision on Wickard v. Filburn, which he now wrote "expanded the Commerce Clause beyond all reason".

[108] Applying that Fourth Amendment prohibition on unreasonable search and seizure to arrest, Scalia dissented from the Court's 1991 decision in County of Riverside v. McLaughlin, allowing a 48-hour delay before a person arrested without a warrant is taken before a magistrate, on the ground that at the time of the adoption of the Fourth Amendment, an arrested person was to be taken before a magistrate as quickly as practicable. [19] In his dissenting opinion in the 1992 case of Planned Parenthood v. Casey, Scalia wrote the following: The States may, if they wish, permit abortion on demand, but the Constitution does not require them to do so.

[134] Scalia was often asked how that approach justified the result in the 1954 case of Brown v. Board of Education, which held that segregated schools were unconstitutional and which relied on the Fourteenth Amendment for the result. Justice Stephen Breyer wrote for the Court that the law was unconstitutional because it did not allow an exception for the health of the woman.

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As summarized by Barrett, "He (Scalia) wrote that courts had misappropriated authority from other branches of government by allowing too many people to sue corporations and government agencies, especially in environmental cases".

[11] The regulation was repealed by Congress in 2001. [141][142], In a 2009 public conversation, Justice Stephen Breyer questioned Scalia, indicating that those who ratified the Fourteenth Amendment did not intend to end school segregation.

We did the right thing.

Maggs suggested, With Justice Scalia breathing down the necks of anyone who peeks into the Congressional Record or Senate reports, the other members of the Court may have concluded that the benefit of citing legislative history does not outweigh its costs. [176][177], Scalia died in his sleep[2] at age 79. Scalia was asked to recuse himself because he had gone on a hunting trip with various persons including Cheney, during which he traveled one way on Air Force Two. [138], Scalia described himself as an originalist, meaning that he interpreted the United States Constitution as it would have been understood when it was adopted.

[10] Dies und seine rechtsphilosophischen Ansichten machten ihn zu einer umstrittenen Person.

Scalia opined that the Commerce Clause, together with the Necessary and Proper Clause, permitted the regulation.

Scalia war sehr auf den Schutz seiner eigenen Privatsphäre bedacht und lange Zeit bekannt dafür, sich Video- und Audiomitschnitten seiner Auftritte zu widersetzen; dies unterlegte er ebenfalls mit der Verfassung, nämlich seinem „Recht gemäß dem First Amendment, nicht im Radio zu sprechen, wenn ich es nicht wünsche.“ Er sprach sich auch mehrfach dagegen aus, Verhandlungen des Supreme Court etwa im Fernsehen übertragen zu lassen; er befürchtete, dass dadurch ein falsches Bild von der Arbeit des Gerichts aufkommen könnte.