Roberts Defends Legal Career

Chief Justice nominee John Roberts wound up three days of sometimes-contentious Senate testimony by telling wary Democrats that ideologues don't belong on the Supreme Court. He said his record shows he will rely on the law, not personal views.
In his Senate testimony, future Chief Justice John Roberts said his record showed he will rely on the law, not personal views.  Click to View Photos >>

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