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earned a reputation as one of the most learned jurists in the federal courts
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Federal jurists routinely decline to speak to reporters about pending cases.
There are many reasons for this, but the main reason is that conservative jurists tend to equate the Court’s political standing — its prestige and legitimacy — with the rule of law itself.
For many Republicans, Trump’s support for conservative jurists was enough reason to overlook concerns about his personal conduct and support him over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
At least three of the high court’s conservative jurists are eager to issue such a ruling.
Kelly even suggests that his fellow conservative, Rebecca Bradley, might be legislating from the bench, a cardinal sin among conservative jurists.
For Chief Justice John Roberts, America’s top jurists are umpires with no skin in the game.
Supreme Judicial Council spokesman Abdul-Sattar Bayrkdar said the group of top jurists, who are appointed by parliament, will meet on Sunday to select judges who will run the commission and supervise the manual recount requested by the law.
The powerhouse roster of jurists will include Maribel Perez Wadsworth, President of the USA TODAY NETWORK and Associate Publisher of USA TODAY.
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: a person who has a thorough knowledge of law
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