Earl Warren

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United States jurist who served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1891-1974)

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stigmatizing policy that Chief Justice Warren found so central.
Giving the judgement to a packed and hushed courtroom, Chief Justice Warren E Burger said the court rejected Mr Nixon's claims of executive privilege.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger and for Judge Amalya Kearse of the U.
Sherman Christensen and Chief Justice Warren Burger.
As Chief Justice Warren noted years ago, the relationship of the Bill of Rights to the military has "rapidly assumed increasing importance because of changing domestic and world conditions.
Supreme Court is not at all strange when taking into account the actions of the Court since the retirement of Chief Justice Warren Burger and the ensuing appointments of associate justices whose politics have led to legal decisions resulting in the loss of gains of the civil rights movement.
But Chief Justice Warren Burger also noted that "a president and those who assist him must be free to explore alternatives in the process of shaping policies and making decisions and to do so in a way many would be unwilling to express except privately.
In the ruling on the Nixon tapes, Chief Justice Warren Burger reaffirmed earlier court decisions that "no person, not even the president of the United States, is above the law.
Times, focuses Blackmun's biography on abortion, gender discrimination, the death penalty, and his relationship with Chief Justice Warren Burger.
Douglas, Potter Stewart, and Chief Justice Warren Burger overturned the abortion laws of all 50 states and essentially legalized the "right" to abortion for any reason throughout pregnancy.
Rebecca Dudley of the Brush News-Tribune in Colorado was a copy editor when Chief Justice Warren Burger retired from the Supreme Court.
But Chief Justice Warren, who had just come to the court within the last year, was determined that the decision overturning racial segregation, at least as imposed by the states, was going to be unanimous, and he worked very hard to get Justice Reed to join the opinion.
Justice Frankfurter gave the new Chief Justice Warren ceaseless advice and critiques.
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