Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ wife earned $10.3 million in commissions from an elite law firm.
Business Insider reports:
When I learned that the Attorney General’s spouse was soliciting business from the law firm, I quickly knew it was wrong. said in an insider interview. “While I was there, I was discouraged to ever raise the issue. And I realized that even Jane’s client, a law firm, had nowhere to go. It had been commissioned by the chief justice spouse of a business worth $10,000 and no one complained. It makes sense that they would do whatever they felt was necessary to stay competitive.”
Roberts’ apparent salary of $10.3 million puts her at the top of the legal headhunter salary range. Price’s disclosure, filed under the Federal Whistleblower Protection Act and now in the hands of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, explores how Supreme Court judges and their families can financially benefit from special status. Added to the question about what you’re getting. Democrats have vowed to investigate after a series of disclosure lapses by the judges themselves.
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In other words, an elite law firm doing business before the Supreme Court had no intention of turning down a husband’s wife. Supreme Court Justice. Jane Roberts changed careers and became a legitimate headhunter two years after her husband became Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, so this isn’t a job she was doing before her husband rose to the Supreme Court.
For those scoring, this is now four of the six conservative Supreme Court justices with ethical issues. It is reported that there are Brett Kavanaugh might not have been on the Supreme Court had it not been for Senate Republicans withholding evidence from the investigation into the sexual assault allegations against him.
The Supreme Court has no intention of fixing itself and the SCOTUS majority is corrupt. The country’s Supreme Court is in danger and Congress must act.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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