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Chief Justice William Rehnquist
the Senate on December 10, 1971, and was sworn in on January 7, 1972. Retired Chief Justice Warren. He went on to college with the help of the.I.
Rehnquist was born and raised in Wisconsin. A total of 105 law clerks served the Chief Justice from 19Rehnquist wrote 458 Opinions of the Court and Announcing Judgment; 376 dissenting opinions; 96 concurrences; 33 opinions concurring in part and dissenting in part; 37 statements and separate opinions; and 110 in Chambers opinions. Burger (leaning on table and Justice William. Rehnquist died Saturday evening at his home in suburban Virginia, said Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg. In January 1969, President Richard. Rehnquist (18 years and 11 months). The Chief Justice battled thyroid cancer since being diagnosed last October and continued to perform his dues on the court until a precipitous decline in his health the last couple of days, she said. Souter; Justice Clarence Thomas; Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; and Justice Stephen Breyer. Blackmun; Justice Lewis. . After graduating from Stanford, Rehnquist served as a law clerk to Associate Justice Robert.
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