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1 Three of the justices dissented from the majority decision.
2 I knew America would also get beyond this dark day when five Republican justices stripped thousands of their fellow Americans of their votes, just because they could.
3 The judiciary branch of the government is headed by the Supreme Court, which has a Chief Justice as its head and 14 Associate Justices, all appointed by the President.
4 Researching for and assisting the justices in drafting judicial opinions is the third major task of a Supreme Court law clerk.
5 main disagreement is over which Supreme Court justices to empower.
6 All Supreme Court justices serve on the Court for life unless they resign, retire, or are removed by Congress.
7 complexity, the Department of Justice’s lawsuit—one of several brought against 1070—is not even based on the question of racial profiling.
8 One of the big surprises to me is that, despite the importance of the justices and some of the other people who work here, the Supreme Court is not a rigidly hierarchical institution.
9 There have been female governors, secretaries of state and Supreme Court justices, but only one female speaker.
10 Two Justices warned that they "would have no difficulty in sustaining convictions.
11 Right now, we see the justices during their confirmation hearings and rarely after that.
12 The main disagreement has been over which Supreme Court justices to empower.
13 new assembly was due to appoint several supreme-court justices to replace those due to retire.
14 The decision was not unanimous; three justices dissented, justice Harlan roundly attacking his six colleagues for violating another basic American principle-separation of powers.
15 The three justices dissented from the supreme Court's decision.
16 three justices dissented from the Supreme Court's decision.
17 This is the first time that the distinguished justices have ventured into the muddy business of money in judicial elections.
18 In other words, o 'connor and the other justices who sup-ported the California law felt that the states have the author-ity to decide for themselves how to punish repeat offenders.
19 Scorpions: The Battles and Triumphs of FDR's Great Supreme Court Justices.
20 Right, and there it could face a lot of opposition. At least four of the justices are rumored to be in loveless marriages themselves.
21 Clinton may have damped down Hillary-hatred for a while. But it is sure to revive if she starts appointing Supreme Court justices.
22 case reached the U.S. Supreme Court, where the justices denied Kemmler's appeal.
23 Three of the justices believed the government should never have gotten injunctions in the lower courts, and criticized the lower courts for condoning such an effort at prior restraint.
24 Bernardo Moreno, Mr Uribe's chief of staff, has been banned from holding public office for 18 years for "exceeding his authority" by inquiring about intelligence on Supreme Court justices.
25 Two politicians convicted of crimes gained interim injunctions from supreme-court justices which, if confirmed, would allow them to register candidacies.
26 By a 5-4 majority, the justices ruled then that the second amendment's right "to keep and bear arms" applies to individuals, not just members of a militia.
27 Then he starts to say that the justices driving on public roadways have no greater expectation of privacy than anyone else-but the chief justice stops him.
28 For example, using the pronoun he in reference to judges is both factually wrong and liable to offend some of your readers (not to mention some present and former justices of the U.S. Supreme Court).
29 Though Sotomayor has not been outspoken on the subject of abortion, it is assumed she would maintain the current balance of the court at five justices to four upholding the right to abortion.
30 the government issued a Statute of Labourers which made it a crime forpeasants to ask for more wages or for their employers to pay more than the rates laid down bythe Justices of the Peace.