2022 Supreme Court Justice Breyer Retiring Thursday—And Ketanji Brown Jackson Will Be Immediately Sworn In

High Court Justice Stephen Breyer will resign on Thursday and Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be promptly sworn in to supplant him

introducing the court's most memorable Black female equity — and finishing Breyer's long term residency on the court off as it wraps up a disputable term that saw Breyer's moderate inclining partners toppling Roe v. Swim

In a letter to President Joe Biden, Breyer said his retirement will be powerful as of Thursday around early afternoon Eastern time, after the court gives its leftover two feelings on Thursday at 10 a.m.

Jackson will be confirmed around early afternoon, following Breyer's retirement, the White House declared

with Chief Justice John Roberts and Breyer managing the two promises Jackson will take to take the seat authoritatively

Breyer had recently declared his approaching retirement in January, saying he would resign toward the finish of the court's term expecting his replacement had been affirmed — as Jackson has now been

The equity, who will have served on the Supreme Court for over 25 years, heard his last case in April

furthermore, possible conveyed his last larger part assessment for the court Wednesday in Torres v. Texas Department of Public Safety, a case concerning state sway

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