State Supreme Court Justice Rebecca White Berch formally retires

Arizona Supreme Court Justice Rebecca White Berch
Arizona Supreme Court Justice Rebecca White Berch

By Gary Grado | Arizona Capitol Times

Arizona Supreme Court Justice Rebecca White Berch submitted her formal notice of retirement to Gov. Doug Ducey today, ending 17 years on the bench in which she helped decide some of Arizona’s most contentious and controversial political cases.

Berch, who told Ducey in a letter “the time has come for me to retire,” has already begun packing up her belongings in her chambers, which is just three miles from where she grew up in downtown Phoenix. Gov. Jane D. Hull appointed Berch, a Republican, to the high court in 2002.

“It has really been an honor to do this,” Berch said. “It’s not something that as a young person growing up in downtown Phoenix I ever thought I would do.”

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