Boyden Gray commented on Scalia’s death and its implications for the current Supreme Court term in the Washington Examiner on February 13:
Gray called Scalia’s death a big loss for him personally and for the country.
“The country has lost one of its greatest heroes and a wonderful human being who had great wisdom, brilliance and humor. He was loved and admired by all his friends on all sides of the philosophical spectrum,” Gray said.
The death of Justice Antonin Scalia could result in some cases being re-argued before the high court should the temporary eight-member bench become deadlocked.
“Some [cases] may be 4-4 and they may be sent down for re-argument when a replacement is found,” former White House counsel and Ambassador C. Boyden Gray told the Washington Examiner.