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How do you address the Chief Justice of the United States?
The official title of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is Chief Justice of the United States. In spoken greeting, you would say: Mr. (or Madam) Chief Justice In a formal introduction, you say: The Chief Justice If you're a lawyer practicing before the court, your oral argument begins with: Mr. Chief Justice, may it please the Court: If you're sending a letter, the envelope should be addressed: The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Washington, DC 20543 The Salutation would be written: Dear Mr. (or Madam) Chief Justice, (For an Associate Justice) Dear Mr. (or Madam) Justice,
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What are the next two steps after the justices agree to hear a case?
Like the Associate Justices, the Chief Justice is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. There is no requirement that the Chief Justice serve as an Associate Justice, but 5 of the 17 Chief Justices have served on the Court as Associate Justices prior to becoming Chief Justice. Three were members of the Court when they were elevated to Chief Justice: Edward Douglas White (Associate Justice 1894-1910, Chief Justice 1910-1921) Harlan Fiske Stone (Associate Justice 1925-1941, Chief Justice 1941-1956) William H. Rehnquist (Associate Justice 1972-1986, Chief Justice 1986-2005) Two had a break in service between their periods of service: John Rutledge (Associate Justice 1789-1791, Chief Justice 1795) Charles Evans Hughes (Associate Justice 1910-1916, Chief Justice 1930-1941)