They also eat lunch together and discussing cases is prohibited. We know the system is broken, and the people in charge need to be taken down by any means necessary, magical or otherwise", " Bracciale said.
When the court has been at its worst, he said, "it has been when the court has yielded to political pressure" - such as allowing for the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
Roberts made his remarks before "the main event" during which he was scheduled to be interviewed by law professor Robert A. Stein.
Roberts answered questions from current law students about the nation's highest court.
Trump openly questioned Ford's claims and mocked the broader #MeToo movement during a rally in MS, just days after the woman gave emotional testimony about her allegations before the Senate Judiciary Committee. But upon his confirmation, the ABA says, their review officially closed, meaning the newly sworn-in Justice Brett Kavanaugh maintains his "well qualified" rating.
The Republicans now have a 5-4 majority in the Supreme Court. We do not serve one party or one interest. The Court's soul objective is to be independent and unpartisan.
"As we go through life, we're going to have the good times and we're going to have the not so good times", Waters said.
He tries not to read commentary about the court's work, unless it's something "thoughtful" from the legal community. "I think he'd be easy", he said.
Asked whether the presence of three women on the bench has brought him a different perspective, Roberts said he wasn't sure: "I don't see any differences in their legal analysis or anything like that". I mean, look at the people that surrounded the Capitol on the Kavanaugh nomination - 150 women climbing the steps of the Capitol to get arrested.