Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens on Wednesday critiqued some of his more conservative former colleagues’ use of originalism, warning that lawyers and judges aren’t well suited to interpret history accurately.
“History is at best an inexact field of study, particularly when employed by judges,” said Stevens, who retired from the court in 2010.
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