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Today I bring you Justice Thomas Brennan, who served as the Chief Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court.
We talk about our Constitutional rights, what it takes to win a nomination and the impact of US supreme court decisions. You can find out more at JudgeBrennan.com
In 1966, Governor Romney, urged him to run for the nomination of the Republican Party as Associate Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. Brennan won the nomination, and the election. In 1969 and 1970, Brennan served as Chief Justice, the youngest Justice to serve on the Michigan Supreme Court.
Great episode! I learned some things and gained some new insights. I also got confirmation from a smart, former state supreme court judge, that I’m right about some views that I’ve been expressing, but thought I was the only one.