Antonin Scalia Definition

U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominated to the bench in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan. Scalia is one of the Court's more colorful and combative justices and is considered a conservative.

Antonin Scalia

U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominated to the bench in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan. He served as an Associate Justice of the Court until his death in 2016. Scalia was one of the Court's more colorful and combative Justices and was considered a conservative.