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Encyclopedia > Mahlon Pitney


Preceded by:
John Marshall Harlan
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
March 18, 1912December 31, 1923
Succeeded by:
Edward Terry Sanford



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Mahlon Pitney (226 words)
Mahlon Pitney was born in New Jersey on February 5, 1858.
In 1901, Pitney was appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court in 1901.
Pitney was a strong supporter of the Court's substantive due process jurisprudence, which was part and parcel of his social darwinism.
Pitney, Mahlon: West's Encyclopedia of American Law (200 words)
Mahlon Pitney served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1912 to 1922.
Pitney was born on February 5, 1858, in Morristown, New Jersey.
Pitney graduated from Princeton University in 1879 and then studied law with a lawyer instead of attending law school.
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