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MISSED – With his trademark bow-tie, mild manner and unfailingly polite questions on the bench, Justice John Paul Stevens will be remembered for triggering a revolution in criminal sentencing and curbing government overreach in the war on terror, Marcia Coyle writes. Of the 99-year-old retired U.S. Supreme Court justice, who died on Tuesday evening, Chief Justice John Roberts said, “He brought to our bench an inimitable blend of kindness, humility, wisdom, and independence.

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