Served as a co-employee justice from the U.S. Supreme Courtroom from 1873 to 1882. He researched rules at Litchfield Rules College in Connecticut. He presided over AMERICA v. Susan B. Anthony, where he purchased the jury to discover Anthony guilty of breaking regulations for voting in the 1872 election. He was the boy of Montgomery Hunt. He was nominated towards the Supreme Courtroom by Leader Ulysses S. Offer.