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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By statute the Chief Justice of the United States serves as its presiding officer and its members are the chief judges of the 13 courts of appeals, a district judge from each of the 12 geographic circuits, and the chief judge of the Court of International Trade.
The Chief Justice of the United States plays an immensely important role in the fashioning of law and public policy, but the political scientists who contribute to this volume find that the social sciences have neglected a thorough study of the office.
chief justice of the United States, recently addressed the Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference in Rogers and reminded us that our federal judicial system has had 200 years of successfully protecting the rule of law.
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.
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.
As for William Howard Taft, he lived a dream: the only person to serve as both President and Chief Justice of the United States.
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.

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