September 29, 2005
Now that we have Chief Justice Roberts, who's next?
To celebrate the occasion of the swearing in of a new Chief Justice and the growing buzz over a new nominee (stories here and at How Appealing), I have assembled some recent posts about CJ Roberts and his possible new colleague:
ON THE NEW CHIEF:
- Speculating about Judge Roberts' view on criminal law issues
- Assailing the lack of criminal justice questions at the Roberts hearing
- Can Roberts bring consensus to SCOTUS sentencing jurisprudence?
- Criminal justice in Roberts' written testimony
ON THE NEXT NOMINEE:
- Will the next SCOTUS nominee have any criminal law background?
- How would a Justice Gonzales or a Justice Thompson handle sentencing issues?
- A criminal law perspective on Janice Rogers Brown
- Does SCOTUS need a trial judge?
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