Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger
, Drinkwater is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.
Interestingly enough, neither Blackmun nor Chief Justice Warren Burger
and Harry Blackmun were childhood friends growing up in St.
If Nixon had reason to bet on winning, it was because he had appointed four of the nine justices his counsel was arguing to - Justices Warren Burger
, Harry Blackmun, Lewis Powell and William Rehnquist.
The highest confidence ratings for the Supreme Court since 1973, when Gallup first asked about it, were two 56% readings in 1985 and 1988, at the end of Chief Justice Warren Burger
's term and the beginning of William Rehnquist's elevation to the lead role.
For example, Chief Justice Warren Burger
's papers are inaccessible until January 1, 2026, or the 10th anniversary of the death of any justice with whom Burger served on the Supreme Court, whichever is later.
In another landmark case, Chief Justice Warren Burger
noted that, "prior restraints on speech and publications are the most serious and least tolerable infringement on First Amendment rights."
It's also prudent to recall other Republican-appointed disasters, like Earl Warren, William Brennan and Warren Burger
Many thought the Director was acting under the direction of Chief Justice Warren Burger
who opposed separate bankruptcy courts.
Despite its aggressive approach to counterterrorism, the U.S., like France and Germany, has so far adhered to former Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger
's dictum that "citizenship is not a license that expires upon misbehavior." And, although U.S.
Senate chamber by Chief Justice Warren Burger
with President Gerald R.