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Andrew P. Napolitano

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is Fox News Channel’s senior judicial analyst, currently seen by millions of viewers weeknights on The Big Story and The O’Reilly Factor. Napolitano is the youngest person in New Jersey history to receive a lifetime judgeship. He is bright (graduate of Princeton and Notre Dame Law School), articulate (four times voted most outstanding professor at the two law schools at which he taught), and broadcast-experienced (as a daily fixture on Fox News Channel since 1998). He is the author of Constitutional Chaos and The Constitution In Exile.
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