Along with former Chief Justice William Rehnquist
In a weirdly hostile and creepy press conference in Alabama this week, the state's Supreme Court Chief Justice complained about a variety of foes including “a tranvestite,” plus "atheists, homosexuals and transgender individuals." He...Show More Summary
Roy Moore, chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, is a magnificent buffoon. You ‘member him. He’s the justice who’s been standing in the courthouse door, trying to block the big gay U.S. Supreme Court from throatcramming his precious Alabammy with gay marriage. Don’t those nine unelected robe-wearers know Roy Moore filed an appeal directly to
The ream of ethics complaints against him by leftist activists are all ‘politically motivated,’ the justice charges.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore blasted "atheists, homosexuals, and transgender individuals" at a press conference Wednesday, saying that he was under scrutiny for politically motivated reasons.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore held a press conference on Wednesday in which he argued that his recent legal troubles are the fault of LGBT organizations and activists. Moore has landed in hot water over his order telling county clerks...Show More Summary
Chief Justice Roy Moore called a trans protester a "known transvestite."
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is a perfect example of a judge who puts the Bible above the Constitution. If there's a law he doesn't like, he'll just break it because be believes himself to be above it all. That's what...Show More Summary
Alabama’s anti-gay state Supreme Court judge blamed “atheists, homosexuals and transgender individuals” for his legal troubles during a Wednesday press conference, AL.com reports. Roy Moore is facing complaints of ethics violations and accusations that he directed Alabama judges...
Virginia’s former governor Bob McDonnell gets his day in court. It was a good one: “With Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., and Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Anthony M. Kennedy energetically taking apart the verdict — and, with it, the laws used by the prosecution — the prospect of imminent prison for McDonnell appeared to have visibly […]
Marcia Coyle for NLJ: Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. on Wednesday singled out an amicus brief, filed by Democratic and Republican former White House counsel, in support of former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell. “I think it’s extraordinary that those people agree … Continue reading ?
Today, HRC renewed its call for the removal of Chief Justice Roy Moore from the Alabama Supreme Court for failing to do his job and follow the law. Last year, HRC and other civil rights organizations joined the Southern Poverty Law Center’s...Show More Summary
TODAY: ADVOCATES SAY #NOMOORE IN ALABAMA: Y’all remember Roy Moore, the anti-LGBT Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, who decreed that marriage equality just doesn’t apply to his state? Well he’s back -- and today, he’s upping his ante in a press conference with his lawyers, calling for complaints against him to be dismissed. Show More Summary
Chief Justice Roberts suggested that the anti-corruption law might be unconstitutionally vague.
Sentencing reform makes for strange bedfellows in insane marijuana case.
Well, this warms my calloused heart: Chief Justice Roberts learned some sign language to swear 12 deaf and hard of hearing lawyers into the Supreme Court. [Washington Post] An enlightening interview with an attorney that proves lawyers can have entrepreneurial spirit, Richard Nacht. Show More Summary
The US Supreme Court is notoriously anachronistic when it comes to new technology. But in a rare move, it allowed several smartphones and tablets in the courtroom Tuesday to swear in a dozen deaf and hard of hearing attorneys. Chief Justice John Roberts used American Sign Language instead of...
For the first time, Chief Justice John Roberts Tuesday used a language other than English in the formal ceremony admitting attorneys to the Supreme Court Bar: American Sign Language.
When it comes to Supreme Court oral arguments, sometimes the justices’ questions feel more like answers with a question mark at the end. At oral argument in United States v. Texas, the questions asked by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy, the likely key votes in the case, seemed like real questions. Show More Summary
Conservatives are worried that Chief Justice John Roberts will side with the Obama Administration on the president's immigration amnesty plan. Arguments begin Monday in United States v. Texas. The first question being considered is standing, if the Supreme Court should be hearing the case at all. Show More Summary