Chief Justice of the United States


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the presiding judge of the Supreme Court, and Highest judicial officer of the republic.

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attorney, governor of New York, associate justice of the Supreme Court, Republican presidential candidate, secretary of state, and chief justice of the United States (in that order).
Chase to be chief justice of the United States, succeeding Roger Taney.
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I will also meet with the leaders of Senate and House Intelligence Committees, the Chief Justice of the United States and the Executive Director of the US Center for Copyright Information.
Founded in 1971 by the Conference of Chief Justices and Chief Justice of the United States Warren E.
Consider the Office of Chief Justice of the United States, and the utter lack of specific, constitutionally conveyed, institutional powers associated with it.
While the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt has rightly been stigmatized for the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II, it was under Earl Warren, a Republican governor of California who was later chief justice of the United States, that this internment policy was carried out.
I ask the question in this manner because the Chief Justice of the United States, who was once one of the most illustrious members of the august Federalist Society, famously suggested in his confirmation hearings that a judge or justice should aspire to be modest in his work.
2) Eschewing the scarlet and ermine robes of some of his colleagues, or an academic gown, John Marshall wore black when sworn in as Chief Justice of the United States.
Taney was the first Catholic chief justice of the United States.
Obama y the Chief Justice of the United States, The Honorable John G.
The Conference's Executive Committee--which consists of the Chief Justice of the United States and the chief judge of every circuit court of appeals, and which votes on split-resolving pronouncements--resembles the Article III judiciary sitting en banc in an advisory capacity.

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