Justice (Associate) Stephen Breyer

    STEPHEN BREYER
    Stephen Breyer is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. He worked extensively with Ted Kennedy during his time as Chief Counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, DC from 1979-1980. He also served as the Chief Justice in the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston where he affirmed the actions of Judge Harrington by changing the facts of the Sweeney case in his written opinion, overlooking the fact that to this day the FDIC has never substituted into the Sweeney action as a party. Ted Kennedy asked President Clinton twice to nominate him to the Supreme Court of the United States.