Justices, Clerks and Family Pay Respects to the 'Boss' at Scalia Memorial

As U.S. Supreme Court police officers carefully carried his flag-draped casket, Senior Associate Justice Antonin Scalia returned for the last time to the court where he served for nearly three decades with vigor and passion. Ninety-eight Scalia clerks formed two lines down the steps to the front of the plaza to guide the man they affectionately called "Boss" to the Great Hall of the Supreme Court building.

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