REPORT: Jacquelyn Warner declines Supreme Court appointment

According to sources from the White House, President Peeta Mellark offered Jacquelyn Warner, the solicitor general of Panem, the position of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in order to replace the recently passed Malcolm Lowell. Warner, after deliberation for about a day, declined the nomination.

This declination sends the President back to the drawing board to find a new nominee for the high court. Other potential nominees included attorneys general such as Cecelia Paylor, Karina Erickson, and Alexandra West along with Senator Hanley Trent and circuit court judge Sherri Holmes.


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