What makes a "great" Supreme Court Justice?
Emily Bazelon, staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and a senior research fellow at Yale Law School, talks about the various "litmus tests" Supreme Court nominees have been held to over the years, and how each candidate would approach the empty seat on the Supreme Court.
@BrianLehrer Someone more representative of the diversity of the profession--maybe a Civil Rights Lawyer. Current court very prosecutorial..
— Daniel Nosonowitz (@nosonowitz_d) July 7, 2016
@BrianLehrer We need an overhaul of the entire Justice system in America. After Iraq, After Wall st collapse,No justice for perpretatrators
— michelle rogers (@mmfrog) July 7, 2016