Earl Warren

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Noun1.Earl Warren - United States jurist who served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1891-1974)
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The girl met up with Calica at a parking lot adjacent to her school, Earl Warren Middle School in Solana Beach.
A ten-month investigation led by Supreme Court chief justice Earl Warren concluded that Oswald, a former Marine who had lived in the Soviet Union, acted alone when he fired on Kennedy's motorcade, hitting the president with two shots, one through the upper back and the other in the head.
O'Malley is the first woman to serve as Alameda County's elected District Attorney, an office once led by Chief Justice Earl Warren.
Yet a major part of the reason for the rejection of the Democrats in 1968 had been the infamously liberal "Warren Court," led by then-Chief Justice Earl Warren.
Two of them-the late Chief Justice Earl Warren and Justice William Brennan, both appointed by
Held on September 10th & 11th, 2016 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds, the Festival is the only one of its kind in Southern California, and one of three on the west coast, attracting thousands of sea glass lovers and art enthusiasts to the renowned coastal jewel of Santa Barbara.
Bring to Chief Justice Earl Warren 18 (1961) (available in the Earl Warren Papers, Box 218, file 9, at the Library of Congress) [hereinafter Bring Bench Memo],
Even progressive icons like Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) and chief justice Earl Warren are censured for their role in interning Japanese-Americans in the Second World War.
Despite cries from the right, for example, Chief Justice Earl Warren was never impeached, let alone convicted, and not merely because a Democratic Congress would never have done it.
Speakers at the 2015 conference are expected to include Gunit Chadha: member of the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific; Kenji Yoshino, chief justice Earl Warren professor of Constitutional Law at the NYU School of Law; in conversation with: Elin Hurvenes, founder & chair, Professional Boards Forum; Tan Sri Datuk Dr.
The real Jim Garrison makes a cameo appearance playing Earl Warren.
In 1953, Earl Warren was sworn in as the 14th chief justice of the United States, succeeding Fred M.