It’s only the slightest of hints, but in comments in a recent interview, Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, now 87, indicated not the slightest interest in retiring.

The Third Branch, the newsletter of the judiciary, interviewed Stevens on March 27, on the occasion of Stevens’ entry into the “Top 10″ pantheon of justices in terms of length of service, at 31-plus years.

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