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In year-end report, Chief Justice aims at recusal critics

WASHINGTON – Chief Justice John G. Roberts used his annual year-end report to rebuff assertions by critics that some justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have flouted their ethical obligations by deciding not to recuse themselves from certain cases.

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Justices take on problem of consecutive future sentences

WASHINGTON – In a case considering whether federal judges have the authority to impose a sentence to run consecutively with a state court sentence that hasn’t yet been imposed, the government and the defendant both urged the Supreme Court to ...

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