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Antonin Scalia Net Worth

Antonin Scalia Net Worth: Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States who has recently died after his thirty years of service, Antonin Gregory Scalia has a net worth of around $3 million (according to Forbes).

Born in Trenton, New Jersey on March 11, 1936, Antonin was a top notch and brilliant student in the class as said by his friends, He completed Bachelor of Arts at Georgetown University and studied law at Harvard Law School, becoming a Sheldon Fellow of Harvard University.

After four years being Professor of Law at the University of Virginia in 1967, he entered public service in 1971, President Richard Nixon appointed him as the General Counsel for the Office of Telecommunications policy. From 1972-1974 he was the chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States and in mid-1974, President Nixon nominated him as the Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel.

In 1982, when Ronald Reagan was elected as the President of United States, Scalia was appointed as the judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. In 1986 Reagan appointed him to the Supreme Court, creating the first Italian-American Justice. During his 30 years of serving for court, he established himself as one of the strong defender of the powers of executive branch, believing presidential powers should be used in many areas. He also supported many other policies that treated minorities as special groups.

Regarding his Personal life, Scalia was married to his college-girl Maureen McCarthy. The couple married on September 10, 1960 and has nine children, five boys and four girls. On February 12 at the age of 79 Scalia died in his sleep of natural causes.

Antonin Scalia Profile:

Full Name: Antonin Gregory Scalia

Date of Birth: March 11, 1936

Born Place: Trenton, New Jersey, USA

Wife: Maureen McCarthy Scalia

Children: 9

Died on: February 12/13 aged 79

Antonin Scalia Net Worth: $3 Million (source Forbes)

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