High court head sees partisanship as threat to legal process

02/5/2009 | Google

Chief Justice John Roberts addressed the creep of politics into the judicial confirmation process, even though he thought he was treated fairly when he went through that process in 2005. "I think we need to have a broader recognition that we are not part of the political process, that we are not representatives of either an administration or a confirming Senate on the court," Roberts said. "Your perspective on everything changes the moment you take the judicial oath."

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