Antonin Scalia Was The Supreme Court's Longest-Serving Justice. Here's Where It All Began.

He was sworn in on Sept. 26, 1986.

Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, who was found dead Saturday morning, served on the Supreme Court for almost 30 years.

The longest-serving member of the current court, Scalia was first sworn in on Sept. 26, 1986, after being nominated by President Ronald Reagan and unanimously confirmed by the Senate.

Watch the moment Scalia's Supreme Court career began above.

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