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Jim Zirin speaks with David Dorsen.

Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in February 2016, was a rock-ribbed conservative by ideology, who used originalism and textualism approaches to craft his decisions. Judicial historian David Dorsen tells that on certain issues, mainly rights of the accused, Scalia could be unexpectedly liberal.

 

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