If Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens was facing a criminal trial he would want his colleague, Justice David Souter, to preside, he said in the closing session of the 9th Circuit’s judicial conference in Honolulu last week.

Stevens was quick to interject that he wouldn’t worry about any of the other justices presiding. The lively and often humorous account of his years on the Court provided some insights into the last session’s rulings as well as other justices on the Court.

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