The U.S. Supreme Court’s nine active and two of its retired justices on Wednesday described the late John Paul Stevens as “brilliant,” “pragmatic” and “humane.”

The high court is often described by justices and employees as a close family, and Stevens’s death Tuesday at age 99 appeared particularly poignant for the justices with whom he served the longest.

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