Justice Anthony Kennedy's decision to retire from the Supreme Court means the loss of a frequent swing vote.

That means his replacement could make a big difference in how future case are decided.

And while some Senate Democrats say there no one should be confirmed before the midterm elections, President Trump is already beginning his selection process.

Explaining more about the potential picks and what issues are most likely to come before the new court is Albany Law School professor and author of the New YOrk Court Watcher blog Vin Bonventre.