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Was Warren E Burger the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?

Warren Earl Burger was the 15th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He served from 1969 to 1986.


Who wrote the us supreme court's majority opinion in the 1973 miller v California case?

Chief Justice Warren Burger


What years did Chief Justice Warren Burger lead the US Supreme Court?

President Nixon appointed Chief Justice Warren Burger to succeed retiring Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1969. Burger presided over the Court until his own retirement in 1986. President Nixon appointed William H. Rehnquist as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court in 1972; President Reagan elevated Rehnquist to Chief Justice in 1986, upon the retirement of Warren Burger. Chief Justice Rehnquist presided over the Court until his death from cancer in 2005.


Who did Justice Antonin Scalia replace in the US Supreme Court?

President Ronald Reagan appointed Justice Scalia to the US Supreme Court in 1986. Antonin Scalia succeeded William H. Rehnquist when Rehnquist was elevated to the position of Chief Justice after Warren Burger retired.


Who was the Chief Justice of the United States in 1857?

President Richard Nixon appointed Warren Burger to succeed Chief Justice Earl Warren, who retired in 1969. Chief Justice Burger presided over the US Supreme Court from 1969 until his own retirement in 1986.In 1974, Burger wrote the opinion of a unanimous (8-0*) Court ordering President Nixon to relinquish the Watergate tapes to Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski. *William H. Rehnquist, who was then an Associate Justice, voluntarily recused himself from the case due to his close association with the Nixon administration. Rehnquist replaced Burger as Chief Justice in 1986.

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Was Warren E Burger the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?

Warren Earl Burger was the 15th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He served from 1969 to 1986.


Warren E. Burger was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.?

Warren Earl Burger was the 15th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He served from 1969 to 1986.


Who served as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court from 1969-1986?

Chief Justice Warren Burger


When was William H. Rehnquist Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court?

William H. Rehnquist succeeded Warren Burger as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court when Burger retired in 1986. Chief Justice Rehnquist presided over the Court until his death in 2005.


Who was Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court in 1970?

Chief Justice Warren E. Burger presided of the US Supreme Court from 1969 until his retirement in 1986.


Who was appointed chief justice by Richard Nixon?

President Nixon appointed Warren E. Burger as Chief Justice to the Supreme Court. He also named William Rehnquist to a seat on the Supreme Court, and he was later elevated to Chief Justice.


Who was Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court in 1960?

Chief Justice Earl Warren, known for his proactive approach to expanding civil rights, presided over the US Supreme Court from 1953 until his retirement in 1969. He was succeeded by Warren Burger.


Who wrote the us supreme court's majority opinion in the 1973 miller v California case?

Chief Justice Warren Burger


What men served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in the 1900s?

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Who was Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court when Gerald Ford was President?

Chief Justice Warren Burger (1969-1986) presided over the court during President Ford's administration.


How many calories are in a burger supreme burger?

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What years did Chief Justice Warren Burger lead the US Supreme Court?

President Nixon appointed Chief Justice Warren Burger to succeed retiring Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1969. Burger presided over the Court until his own retirement in 1986. President Nixon appointed William H. Rehnquist as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court in 1972; President Reagan elevated Rehnquist to Chief Justice in 1986, upon the retirement of Warren Burger. Chief Justice Rehnquist presided over the Court until his death from cancer in 2005.