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Sandra Day O'Connor was the first female judge to serve on the United States Supreme Court. Before joining the Supreme Court, she was a judge in Arizona. Sandra Day O'Connor was in office from 1981 until she retired in 2006.
Sandra Day O'Connor (born March 26, 1930) is a retired Supreme Court Justice. She was the first woman appointed to be a Justice of the US Supreme Court; President Reagan appointed her in 1981. She served till 2006.
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Sandra Day O'Connor Nominated by Ronald Reagan and confirmed by a 99-0 vote of the Senate, she was sworn in on September 25th 1981, becoming the first female justice in the Supreme Court's history.
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Answer The Supreme Court hasn't always convened a new Term on the first Monday in October; the opening day has changed over the years in order to lengthen the annual Term as their caseload expanded. The Supreme Court originally met for two terms per year; the first beginning on the first Monday in F…
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Sandra Day O'Connor Ronald Reagan nominated the first female member of the US Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor, in 1981. She was sworn in on September 25, 1981, and retired in 2006.sandra day o' corner
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Sandra Day O'Connor was sworn in on September 22, 1981, and served on the US Supreme Court until her retirement on January 31, 2006.
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No. Justice Thurgood Marshall was the first African-American appointed to the US Supreme Court. President Johnson nominated the former NAACP Legal Defense Fund chief counsel to the Court in 1967, where he served until his retirement in 1991. Justice Marshall died in 1993.
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Yes, Sandra Day O'Connor has a family. She married fellow lawyer John Jay O'Connor, who died of Alzheimer's Disease in November 2009. The couple has three sons: Scott, Brian and Jay.
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She is still alive today at the age of 68 years old since she was born on December 28, 2013 and today is October 29, 2013.
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Sandra Day O'Connor retired from the Supreme Court in January 2006 to spend time with her husband, John Jay O'Connor, who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Former Justice O'Connor is still alive as of July 2011, but her husband died on November 11, 2009.
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Sandra Day O'Connor was born on March 26, 1930.
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No. Sandra Day O'Connor retired from the Supreme Court in January 2006 to spend time with her husband, John Jay O'Connor, who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Former Justice O'Connor is still alive as of June 2010, but her husband died on November 11, 2009.
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Sandra day o'connor was the name of the first woman to sit in supreme court:P
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Sandra Day O'Connor is a Republican, but in spite this she has always been known as a moderate and had a reputation for fairness.
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O'Connor was a founder of both the Arizona Women Lawyers Association and the National Association of Women Judges.who
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The release of GTA5 is expected near the fall of 2010.I read a newspaper, and it said that Gta 5 will come out, somewhere about 20/05/12
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President Reagan nominated Sandra Day O'Connor to replace Justice Potter Stewart in 1981. Justice O'Connor served on the Court from September 22, 1981 until her retirement on January 31, 2006, and was succeeded by incumbent Justice Samuel Alito.
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Ronald Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, in 1981. O'Connor retired in January 2006.
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The first woman to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court was Sandra Day O'Connor. She was officially sworn in and took her seat on September 25, 1981.
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Yes. O'Connor became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on September 25, 1981, during Indira Gandhi's second term as India's prime minister, January 14, 1980 to October 31, 1984 (the day on which she was killed).
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Sandra Day O'Connor was an Associate Justice on the US Supreme Court from 1981 until her retirement in 2006.
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Sandra Day O'Connor currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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none of them . . . Ronald Reagan nominated the first female US Supreme Court Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor, in 1981.
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was 51 years old in 1981 when President Reagan appointed her as the first woman to serve on the US Supreme Court.
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President Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O'Connor to the US Supreme Court in 1981. O'Connor, the first female justice on the Court, retired in January 2006 in order to spend more time with her husband, Jay, who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. Justice Samuel Alito succeeded Justice …
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Ronald Reagan nominated and appointed Sandra Day O'Connor as the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court in 1981. O'Connor retired in January 2006.
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No, she is not dead. She was born in 1930 and is living.
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The Supreme Court decision in Miranda v. Arizona, 384 US 436 (1966) required (for the first time) that someone accused of a crime be informed of his or her constitutional rights prior to interrogation. This protected the rights of the accused, or the defendant, in two new ways: 1) It educated the pe…
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No, Sandra Day O'Connor isn't dead. In fact, she is alive and well.
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The first woman justice to sit in the Supreme Court was Sandra Day O'Connor in 1981. She was nominated by President Reagan for this position. She retired from this position in 2006.
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Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court. She was appointed in 1981 and served for over 20 years until 2006.
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor retired from the US Supreme Court in 2006. She is not employed, but is active in lecturing, educational programs, and law school mock trials, among other things.
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Sandra Day O'Connor never served as Chief Justice. President Ronald Reagan nominated O'Connor, the first woman appointed to the US Supreme Court, to replace Associate Justice Potter Stewart, who retired in 1981. Justice O'Connor was on the bench from 1981 until her retirement in 2006.
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she teachs young kids to follow their dreams
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Ronald Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, in 1981. O'Connor retired in January 2006.
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President Ronald Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor to the Supreme Court of the United States. She served from 1981 to 2006.
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No, Sandra Day O'Connor was not born in Arizona. She was born in El Paso, Texas.
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Harry and Ada Mae Day
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Still alive
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I know that she has a grandson named Weston. He went to my elementary school.
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Sandra Day O'Connor is 87 years old (birthdate: March 26, 1930).
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Sandra Day O'Connor joined the US Supreme Court in its 1981 Term. The first case on the calendar was Ralston v. Robinson, 454 US 201 (1981), argued Monday, October 5, 1981, and decided 6-3 for Ralston, O'Connor voting with the minority. Justice O'Connor's first written opinion was for the second ca…
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Yes. She is still alive. She was born March 26, 1930. On August 12, 2009, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor of the United States, by President Barack Obama. She is currently retired.
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by being bad to people
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she served as the first woman in the supreme court
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She did nothing. she was super lazy and did nothing to help anyone. She was terrible.
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Harry Alfred Day, and Ada Mae Wilkey.
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Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court.
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Yes she won the Presidential Medal of Freedom and was often called one of the most powerful women in the world.
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sandra lifrye was very easy she ad servents at every corner
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Standford University.
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Breast Cancer in 1988.
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Brother was named Alan sister was named Isabella
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she worked on her familys farm in Arizona .
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Sandra Day O'Connor was important because she was the first woman ever appointed to the Supreme Court; President Reagan named her to that position in 1981. She was already well-respected as a lawyer, an Assistant Attorney General in her native Arizona, a state senator, and then a judge. Justice O'Co…
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No. Jay O'Connor died in 2009 after a long struggle with Alzheimer's Disease.
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman to serve on the US Supreme Court. President Reagan nominated her in 1981; she retired in 2006.
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President Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O'Connor to the US Supreme Court in 1981, and Antonin Scalia in 1986.
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Sandra Day O'Connor married John Jay O'Connor on December 20, 1952. Jay O'Connor died of Alzheimer's Disease in November 2009.
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Strong, believeable
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yes she has atleast two with the names keely and Adam
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She is a conservative Repubilican
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President Ronald Reagan appointed Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to replace Justice Potter Stewart, who retired in 1981. O'Connor served on the Court until January 2006, and was succeeded by the incumbent, Justice Samuel Alito.
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Sandra Day (O'Connor) was born March 26, 1930, in El Paso, Texas, but grew up on her parents' cattle ranch, the Lazy-B, in southeast Arizona. Day's childhood was reminiscent of life in the Wild West. The ranch had neither running water nor electricity until 1937, and her nearest neighbors lived 25 …
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President Ronald Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, in 1981. O'Connor retired in January 2006 and was succeeded by sitting Justice Samuel Alito.
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sisters name is isabella and brothers name is allen
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and her husband, John Jay O'Connor, had three sons: Scott, Brian and Jay.
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She was the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court.
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yes he died in 2009
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman to serve on the US Supreme Court. President Reagan nominated her in 1981; she retired in 2006 and was succeeded by Justice Samuel Alito.
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She was the first women on the supreme court and made many world impacting decisions.
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1954 - 1956 Civilian Attorney for US Army, Frankfort, Germany 1957 - 1960 Private Practice, Arizona 1965 - 1969 Assistant Attorney General, Phoenix, Arizona 1969 - 1975 Senator, Arizona State Senate 1973 - 1975 Senator, Senate Majority Leader, Senate Republican Leader, Arizona State Senate 1975…
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Former Arizona Governor Jack Richard Williams appointed Sandra Day O'Connor to a seat on the Arizona State Senate in 1969. She was subsequently reelected, and served on the Senate until 1975, the last two years as Senate Majority Leader and Senate Republican Leader. Former Arizona Governor Bruce Ba…
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Yes. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and her husband, John Jay O'Connor, had three sons: Scott, Brian and Jay.
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Four years. Sandra Day O'Connor was elected to the Maricopa County Superior Court, in Arizona, in 1975 and served as a judge there until she joined the Arizona Court of Appeals in 1979. O'Connor remained on the state Court of Appeals until President Reagan nominated her to be the first female Suprem…
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Answer Sandra Day O'Connor wasn't a member of the US Supreme Court when Roe v. Wade, (1973) was heard; President Reagan appointed her to the Court in 1981. Any discussion of Roe v. Wade requires mentioning Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's plurality/majority opinion from Casey v. Planned Parenthood, 50…
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She is a judge of the Supreme court
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In most(all?) states (and I doubt that Oregon is any different) these are not a pre-printed, fill-in-the-blanks, type of form. Each petition would have to be specfically worded to relate to the case for which it is submitted. If you plan on trying to go to the State Supreme Court I'm sure you must …
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Yes. Sandra Day O'Connor, who was the first woman appointed to the US Supreme Court, is still alive as of June 2010. She was a member of the Court from 1981 until 2006.
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Sandra Day O'Connor has had several comments about the case; most indicate she wasn't sure they'd made the right decision, but she didn't think allowing the recount to continue would have changed the outcome of the election. In a January 28, 2010, interview with Wolf Blitzer for Real Clear Politics…
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i need to know becuz im doing a report
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and her husband, John Jay O'Connor, had three sons: Scott, Brian and Jay.
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She was a former Supreme Court Justice, and was the first woman Supreme Court Justice.
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