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Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Roberts Confirmation Hearings Open on Capitol Hill": Yesterday evening's broadcast of the PBS program "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" contained two related segments, which you can access here (transcript with link to audio) and here (RealPlayer required).
Posted at 11:40 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Senate to Begin Questioning of John Roberts": This segment (RealPlayer required) featuring Nina Totenberg appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Morning Edition."
Posted at 11:32 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"The Roberts Court": Stuart Taylor Jr. has this essay in this week's issue of National Journal.
Posted at 11:01 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Confirmation Report: And you thought the Supreme Court was out of touch with reality?" Dahlia Lithwick has this jurisprudence essay online at Slate.
Posted at 11:00 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Available at National Review Online: U.S. Senator Orrin G. Hatch (R-UT) has an essay entitled "John Roberts Isn't Running for Congress: The Court is different."

Byron York has an essay entitled "At Roberts Hearing, the Question of Questions: Republicans start out in a defensive crouch."

Stephen B. Presser and Charles E. Rice have an essay entitled "Religious Tests: Where some Dems want to go, but shouldn't."

And John R. Lott Jr. has an essay entitled "Supreme Rhetoric: Remember the past when watching the hearings."
Posted at 10:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Sixth Circuit reverses injunction prohibiting the Michigan Department of Corrections from enforcing a permanent ban on virtually all visitation for prisoners found guilty of two or more substance abuse violations while incarcerated: Today was a big day in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit for cases previously heard on the merits in the Supreme Court of the United States.

In addition to today's ruling, summarized here, in Cutter v. Wilkinson, the Sixth Circuit today appears to have finally resolved a ten-year-old prison conditions case known as Overton v. Bazzetta when the Supreme Court ruled on it in June 2003. My summary of the Supreme Court's ruling can be accessed here. Today's ruling, which overturns a federal trial court's injunction prohibiting Michigan's state prison system from enforcing a rule that prohibits repeat in-prison drug users from receiving outside visitors, can be accessed here.
Posted at 10:35 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


The Associated Press is reporting: Jesse J. Holland has a report headlined "Roberts: Precedent Important for Abortion."

And in other news, "Court Mulls Release of Columbine Videos."
Posted at 10:14 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Senate Starts Roberts Hearings, Sets Groundwork for Questions": Jeanne Cummings and Jess Bravin have this article (pass-through link) today in The Wall Street Journal.

And The Denver Post today contains articles headlined "Roberts sees role as limited; The nominee addresses judicial activism in his opening remarks; Senators' questioning starts today" and "Colo. activists want answers in hearings; On each side of the spectrum, the goal is the same: getting Colorado's senators to vote their way on the nomination of John Roberts."
Posted at 10:08 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"We hold that RLUIPA is valid Spending Clause legislation that is not barred by the Tenth Amendment." Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued its ruling in the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act case known as Cutter v. Wilkinson. The case came before the Sixth Circuit on remand from the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled on the case earlier this year.
Posted at 10:05 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Roberts Sidesteps Landmark Abortion Ruling": Jesse J. Holland of The Associated Press provides this report.
Posted at 09:51 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


The Sacramento Bee is reporting: Today's newspaper reports that "Nominee takes Senate stage; He pledges to be true to the rule of law, not politics" and "Roberts' abortion views matter, state poll finds."

And in local news, an article headlined "Potential court bid withdrawn" begins, "U.S. District Court Judge Morrison England of Sacramento has withdrawn his name as a possible appointee to the California Supreme Court, his office confirmed Monday."
Posted at 09:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Tom Goldstein is live-blogging day two of the confirmation hearing at "SCOTUSblog": You can access his coverage here. And Tom Curry, national affairs writer for MSNBC, is live-blogging here.

Already this morning, fewer than ten minutes into questions from Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Arlen Specter (R-PA), it is apparent that Chief Justice nominee John G. Roberts, Jr. will not discuss his views of Roe v. Wade or even whether he agrees with any other rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court. When Democratic Senators are asking the questions, you can expect Judge Roberts to be questioned much more aggressively on these issues.
Posted at 09:35 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


He's masterfully evasive: That was my conclusion after observing John G. Roberts, Jr. testify at his confirmation hearings in 2003 for a judgeship on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Day two of his confirmation hearing to become Chief Justice of the United States is scheduled to start just minutes from now. In addition to viewing online via C-SPAN3 (using RealPlayer or Windows Media Player), the Judiciary Committee offers a live audio feed, as does NPR (RealPlayer required).
Posted at 09:25 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"A grandfather's legacy of law, humor and love; Dana Rehnquist shares memories of chief justice": The Daily Pennsylvanian yesterday contained an article that begins, "College freshman Dana Rehnquist was on her way to dinner with her brother and grandfather one night a few years back when the grandfather, a big movie buff, announced that he had just seen a 'really raunchy' film. He loved it so much, he said, that even when his disgusted friends wanted to get up in the middle and leave, he ordered them to stay put."
Posted at 09:10 AM by Howard Bashman




Tuesday, September 13, 2005


"Court Docket May Color Roberts Hearings; With Justices Set to Consider Oregon Law, Nominee May Be Questioned About Right to Die": This article (free access) appears today in The Wall Street Journal.

Today in The Los Angeles Times, David G. Savage reports that "Roberts Sees Role as Judicial 'Umpire'; 'I have no platform,' the chief justice nominee tells senators at start of confirmation hearings." A related article is headlined "An Understated Start to Hearings; Moments of drama are few on the first day of proceedings for the chief justice nominee; But some say the restraint may not last the week."

The New York Times, in addition to containing the articles earlier noted here, reports that "As Roberts Hearings Begin, Manners Befit the Moment."

The Washington Post, in addition to containing the articles earlier noted here, contains an article headlined "The Unheard: On the First Day, John Roberts's Reserve Is Confirmed."

In USA Today, Kathy Kiely and Joan Biskupic report that "Roberts pledges 'humility' as Senate hearings begin; Democrats want to know more." And Joan Biskupic and Toni Locy have an article headlined "'I have no platform,' Roberts professes; But high court's role in society could be central to hearings."

In The Chicago Tribune, Jan Crawford Greenburg reports that "Roberts testifies, 'I have no agenda'; Democrats zero in on civil rights, privacy." And in related coverage, "Cordiality reigns--for now; Despite congratulations from Kennedy and talk of 'the Roberts era,' signs of a Supreme Court confirmation showdown are still in place."

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that "A poised Roberts assures panel he is able, fair -- not a lawmaker." And Bob Egelko has an article headlined "The Ginsburg stance is debated; She parried some queries, answered at length on others."

The New York Sun reports that "Court Nominee Says He'll Keep an Open Mind."

The San Jose Mercury News reports that "At start of hearing, Roberts takes dispassionate stance."

Newsday reports that "Democrats to press Roberts on ideology."

The Boston Globe contains articles headlined "Roberts tells panel he would join high court 'with no agenda'; Nominee for chief justice to face first questions today" and "Questioning will trigger torrent of text messages; Aides, experts poised to make salient points." In addition, Charlie Savage reports that "Attempt to link court hearings, GOP response seen as tenuous."

The Indianapolis Star contains articles headlined "To nominee, Indiana fields symbolize possibilities in U.S." and "Not many following hearings."

The Dallas Morning News contains an article headlined "Roberts: I'll judge with open mind; High court hearings begin with division over what he should disclose."

The Baltimore Sun reports that "Roberts promises to keep an 'open mind'; GOP senators laud him; Democrats voice doubts."

The Salt Lake Tribune reports that "First hearing on Roberts offers taste of struggle ahead; 'Battle lines forming': Hatch says that debates on specific legal issues could derail the process."

The St. Petersburg Times reports that "Roberts lays out philosophy of judicial restraint; When the high court nominee faces questioning today from senators, some will be eager to pin him down on issues."

The Evansville Courier & Press reports that "Drama takes Hoosier slant; Roberts tells how endless fields of Indiana represent unlimited possibilities."

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch contains articles headlined "Roberts tells senators he'd play by the rules" and "Anti-abortion ad targets Durbin as Roberts hearing opens."

The Washington Times contains articles headlined "Roberts comes with 'no agenda'"; "'Ginsburg standard' pits parties"; and "Katrina invoked in Roberts hearings."

In The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Michael McGough reports that "Supreme Court nominee hearings open; 'I have no platform,' Roberts says." And in related coverage, "Opening of Roberts' confirmation hearing surprisingly mild."

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution contains an article headlined "Roberts: 'I have no agenda'; Justice nominee vows 'humility' on court."

The Houston Chronicle reports that "Roberts vows fairness as high court umpire; As the hearings open, he says he'll call each case by the law, 'without fear or favor.'"

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that "Roberts vows to apply laws, not make them, on top court; Judges are like umpires, he tells senators at hearing."

The Newark Star-Ledger reports that "Roberts tries to assure committee he has no agenda; Division among senators already apparent before he is questioned."

The News Journal of Wilmington, Delaware reports that "Biden asks Roberts to explain writings; Senator says based on writings, he'd turn nominee down."

The Des Moines Register reports that "Roberts 'well-qualified,' Grassley says."

The Providence Journal reports that "R.I. court of opinion on Roberts is mixed; A lawyer in a group chaired by former Gov. Lincoln Almond says Roberts has the 'legal intellect, fairness, integrity, temperament' for the position, while the leader of Ocean State Action says 'we are opposing Judge Roberts.'"

The Woonsocket Call reports that "Chafee, Reed say they haven’t decided yet about Roberts."

The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that "Local lawyer praises chief justice nominee."

The State News of Michigan State University reports that "Locals hope for balance on court; Absence of varied views concern for MSU community."

And BusinessWeek offers a news analysis headlined "No One's Kicking Dirt on 'Umpire' Roberts; Expectations of a showdown at the Supreme Court nominee's confirmation hearings didn't pan out; Don't worry, drama buffs, there's still time."
Posted at 06:30 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


Three hours and forty minutes of riveting, non-stop viewing enjoyment: Anyone who missed day one of the Senate Judiciary Committee's confirmation hearing for Chief Justice nominee John G. Roberts, Jr., and anyone who demands another look to cure insomnia, can view the entire hearing online via C-SPAN by clicking here (RealPlayer required). C-SPAN also provides links to shorter video clips, organized by speaker, from today's hearing. And The New York Times provides this transcript of today's proceeding.
Posted at 11:30 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


Available online from law.com: Tony Mauro and T.R. Goldman report that "Roberts Pledges Judicial Humility in Opening Remarks."

A truly fascinating, don't-miss item is headlined "Sworn Testimony: Rehnquist Remembered; The late chief justice's admirers -- and detractors -- speak of private moments and lasting legacies."

In other news, an article is headlined "9th Circuit: Warrantless Searches Must Be Warranted." My earlier coverage is here.

And an article reports that "Adelphia Asked Boies Schiller to Resign Over Family Connection to Vendor." Today's related article from The Wall Street Journal is here via "Adam Smith, Esq."
Posted at 11:00 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


On this evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered": The broadcast contained segments entitled "Roberts Hearings Begin with Talk of Agendas" (featuring Nina Totenberg) and "Opening Forays in Roberts Hearings." RealPlayer is required to launch these audio segments.
Posted at 10:55 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


Available online from The Washington Post: Tuesday's newspaper will contain a front page article headlined "'Judges Are Not Politicians,' Roberts Says; As Hearings Begin, Democrats Call for Fuller Answers on Civil Rights Views."

Charles Lane will report that "Nominee's Rulings Lean Right."

Tomorrow's newspaper will also contain articles headlined "As Battlefield Shrinks, Democrats Mute Their Attacks" and "A Day of Firsts, Overshadowed."

Today's newspaper, meanwhile, contains an editorial entitled "The Roberts Hearings."
Posted at 10:44 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


In Tuesday's edition of The New York Times: An article will report that "Roberts Pledges He'll Hear Cases With 'Open Mind.'"

Linda Greenhouse will have an article headlined "An Opening Performance Worthy of an Experienced Lawyer."

And Adam Liptak will report that "Democrats Seek Papers to Define Whys of Roberts."
Posted at 10:35 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Battle begins for Supreme Court's soul; The President's proposed Chief Justice faces a grilling by Democrats before his position is confirmed": This article appears Tuesday in The Times of London.

The Guardian (UK) on Tuesday reports that "Battle begins in Senate on nomination of chief justice."

Patti Waldmeir reports in Tuesday's edition of Financial Times that "Roberts says judges should play limited role in society."

Tuesday in The Chicago Tribune, Jan Crawford Greenburg will report that "Confirmation hearings begin for chief justice nominee Roberts." And the newspaper will also report that "First day of Roberts hearing proceeds without protest."

The Hill on Tuesday will contain articles headlined "Roberts hearing begins"; "Sen. DeWine plans tough questioning"; and "CBC questions John Roberts."

Tom Curry, national affairs writer for MSNBC, has a report headlined "Looking inside the plainspoken Hoosier; Friends and foes see eloquence, but differ on what's next in grilling Roberts." Curry also blogged today's hearing for MSNBC.

From Knight Ridder Newspapers, James Kuhnhenn reports that "Judges 'don't make the rules,' Roberts says as hearings begin." And Stephen Henderson reports that "Roberts articulates philosophy of judicial restraint."

Voice of America News reports that "Supreme Court Nominee Pledges Open Mind if Confirmed" and "Wide Range of Legal Issues Surface at Roberts Hearings."

Investor's Business Daily reports that "Roberts Remains Calm While Senators Stake Left, Right Arguments."

And online at "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has a post titled "Commentary: political realism on Day One."
Posted at 08:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Roberts makes statements at opening of confirmation hearing": Stephen Henderson of Knight Ridder Newspapers provides this report.

And the Washington Bureau of Knight Ridder has launched a blog titled "Roberts Left and Right."
Posted at 06:55 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Roberts Pledges Judicial Humility in Opening Remarks": Tony Mauro and T.R. Goldman of Legal Times provide this news update.
Posted at 06:08 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Gold Stripes? Try Pastel Robes, Sweetheart." This post appears online at the blog titled "Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts" (via OpinionJournal's "Best of the Web Today" (sixth item)).
Posted at 06:04 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Statement on passing of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist": Thanks to the reader who drew to my attention this statement that Wisconsin Chief Justice Shirley S. Abrahamson issued last week.
Posted at 05:58 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"On Iran-contra, what did Roberts know? Memos reveal his objections to any Reagan White House role in contra-funding plans." Warren Richey will have this article Tuesday in The Christian Science Monitor.
Posted at 05:28 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Roberts Looks to Fill Rehnquist's Shoes": Via this link, you can access online a video segment from this past Friday's broadcast of the PBS program "Washington Week with Gwen Ifill."
Posted at 05:25 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Surprise Party: Readers show the Judiciary Committee how to rattle John Roberts." Bruce Reed, author of Slate's "The Has-Been," provides this post.
Posted at 05:20 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


Weight Watchers wins trademark infringement appeal on points: You can access today's ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit at this link.
Posted at 05:14 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Racy e-mails to remain private; State Supreme court rules on whether every message produced on government-owned equipment is open to public scrutiny, even if the subject is intimate": The Denver Post provides this news update.

And The Rocky Mountain News provides a news update headlined "Court blocks release of Baker e-mails" that begins, "The Colorado Supreme Court unanimously blocked a Rocky Mountain News effort to obtain hundreds of e-mails exchanged between Arapahoe County Clerk Tracy Baker and Leesa Sale, his lover and assistant, in a decision this morning."

You can access today's ruling of the Supreme Court of Colorado at this link.
Posted at 05:04 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Roberts Rejects 'Judicial Activism' In Opening Remarks; Senators Say They Will Question Nominee on Congressional Authority": The Washington Post provides this news update.

Jesse J. Holland of The Associated Press reports that "Roberts Says Justices Play a Limited Role." And The AP also provides an item headlined "Newsview: Roberts Hearings a Warm-Up."

Reuters provides reports headlined "Senate opens US high court confirmation hearing" and "Roberts, son face US Senate in hearing."

And Bloomberg News reports that "John Roberts Vows 'No Platform' as U.S. Chief Justice."
Posted at 04:55 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings on Nomination of Judge Roberts": A complete transcript of today's proceedings is available here via The New York Times.
Posted at 04:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Slate's Jurisprudence: Roberts on the Hot Seat." This segment (RealPlayer required) featuring Dahlia Lithwick appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Day to Day."
Posted at 03:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


Today's session of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on the nomination of John G. Roberts, Jr. to be Chief Justice of the United States has concluded: Tom Goldstein of "SCOTUSblog" has a very useful description of today's session at this link.
Posted at 03:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Monday, September 12, 2005


"Can Liberals Oppose Roberts?" That's the subject of this week's Debate Club feature at legalaffairs.org. Law Professors Mark Tushnet and Jeffrey Rosen are this week's participants.
Posted at 03:38 PM by Howard Bashman



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