The current Arizona Supreme Court includes:
- Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch
- Vice Chief Justice Scott Bales
- Justice John Pelander
- Justice Robert M. Brutinel
- Associate Justice #3 is vacant
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“If the justices would only retire when they have become burdens to the court itself, or when they recognize themselves that their faculties have become impaired, I would grieve sincerely when they passed away, and you would not feel like such a hypocrite as you do when you are going through the formality of sending telegrams of condolence and giving out interviews for proprietys sake.”
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