2006 term United States Supreme Court opinions of John Roberts

2006 term United States Supreme Court opinions of John Roberts

Concurrence
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Concurrence/dissent
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13
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colspan=2 | Bench opinions = 11
colspan=2 | Opinions relating to orders = 0
colspan=2 | In-chambers opinions = 2
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white-space: nowrap colspan=2 valign=top | Unanimous decisions: 2
colspan=2 valign=top | Most joined by: Scalia, Thomas, Alito (9)
colspan=2 valign=top | Least joined by: Stevens, Ginsburg (3)
valign=top | Federal Employers' Liability Act
width=20% valign=top | Stevens, Scalia, Kennedy, Souter, Thomas, Breyer, Alito
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bgcolor=#EEEEEE colspan=3 valign=top | Souter and Ginsburg filed concurring opinions.
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valign=top | Standing; Clean Air Act
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bgcolor=#EEEEEE colspan=3 valign=top |Roberts denied the application for a stay.
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bgcolor=#EEEEEE colspan=3 valign=top | Roberts denied the applications for extension of time to petition for rehearing the Court's denial of "certiorari", and for suspension of the order denying "cert."
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valign=top | Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act
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bgcolor=#EEEEEE colspan=3 valign=top | Roberts concurred in the Court's dismissal of "certiorari", stating that he did not agree with all of the reasons given in the Court's "per curiam" opinion, but that he agreed with the disposition.

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valign=top | Free speech; student rights
width=20% valign=top | Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas, Alito
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bgcolor=#EEEEEE colspan=3 valign=top | Roberts wrote for a 5-4 majority in holding that a public school principal may, consistent with the First Amendment, restrict student speech at a school event when that speech is reasonably viewed as promoting illegal drug use.

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valign=top | Campaign finance reform
width=20% valign=top | Alito; Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas (in part)
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