Will Rivera-Soto be reappointed in 2011?

Roberto Rivera-Soto, the first New Jersey Supreme Court Justice to be censured in state history, was effectively slapped on the wrist by his top court colleagues — he gets to keep his job. But that doesn’t mean he’ll be there forever: Governor Jon “Zero Tolerance” Corzine, or his successor, could opt to not reappoint him to what would become a tenured term on the Supreme Court, in 2011. That would also make Rivera-Soto the first Justice under the current State Constitution to not be reappointed.

Will Rivera-Soto be reappointed in 2011?