Chief Justice Roberts Readies Tenth Annual Year-End Report

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Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.’s tenth annual report on the state of the federal judiciary, set for release on New Year’s Eve, might be his most upbeat yet. Many of his perennial wish-list items have been fulfilled.

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  • Curtis J Neeley Jr

    What about the aging of the entire Article III judiciary where current justices are no longer serving during good behavior but are clinging to their posts when obviously more culturally relevant life experiences surrounds.
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