William Rehnquist (1972-2002)  Appointed By Richard Nixon  Chief Justice (1986-2005)   Appointed By Ronald Reagan

William Rehnquist (1972-2002) Appointed By Richard Nixon Chief Justice (1986-2005) Appointed By Ronald Reagan

William Rehnquist - He once practiced law in Phoenix.  He is now Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

William Rehnquist - He once practiced law in Phoenix. He is now Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

SUPREME COASTER William Rehnquist The U.S. Supreme Coasters Whiggy Tease

SUPREME COASTER William Rehnquist

SUPREME COASTER William Rehnquist The U.S. Supreme Coasters Whiggy Tease

William Rehnquist being sworn in as Chief Justice by Warren Burger in the East Room. From left to right: Antonin Scalia, Maureen Scalia, Wil...

William Rehnquist being sworn in as Chief Justice by Warren Burger in the East Room. From left to right: Antonin Scalia, Maureen Scalia, Wil...

FIFTY-FOURTH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES - GEORGE W. BUSH had hoped to use the Masonic Bible that had been used both by GEORGE WASHINGTON in 1789, and by his father in 1989. This historic Bible had been transported, under guard, from New York to Washington D.C. for the Inauguration but, due to inclement weather, a family Bible was substituted.  -- January 20, 2001   (PHOTO:  Presidential Oath of Office administered to by the Honorable William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States.)

FIFTY-FOURTH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES - GEORGE W. BUSH had hoped to use the Masonic Bible that had been used both by GEORGE WASHINGTON in 1789, and by his father in 1989. This historic Bible had been transported, under guard, from New York to Washington D.C. for the Inauguration but, due to inclement weather, a family Bible was substituted. -- January 20, 2001 (PHOTO: Presidential Oath of Office administered to by the Honorable William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States.)

After considering the purposes for the Miranda warning, as well as the need for police to be able to take action to protect the public, the justices, led by Chief Justice William Rehnquist, concluded:

What About The Boston Bombing Suspect's Miranda Rights?

After considering the purposes for the Miranda warning, as well as the need for police to be able to take action to protect the public, the justices, led by Chief Justice William Rehnquist, concluded:

Under President Ronald Reagan, William Rehnquist became chief justice of the Supreme Court, a post he held until his death.

Under President Ronald Reagan, William Rehnquist became chief justice of the Supreme Court, a post he held until his death.

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