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Judge John G. Roberts - Nominee to Replace Chief Justice Williams H. Rehnquist (Confirmed)
- Senate confirmed Roberts as 17th Chief Justice (September 29, 2005) - U.S. Senate Roll Call Vote on the Nomination (Confirmation John G. Roberts, Jr., of Maryland, to be Chief Justice of the United States), 109th Congress - 1st Session
- John G. Roberts Dossier (Washington Post) includes John Roberts' biography as well as his response to a Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire in preparation for his September confirmation hearings (Part I: Pages 1-25; Part II: Pages 26-50; Part III: Pages 51-76, and Financial Disclosure Report). The Dossier also includes links to selected memos written by Roberts during his tenure as an assistant White House counsel and a special assistant to then-Attorney General William French Smith during the Reagan administration; and selected oral arguments Roberts made before the Supreme Court when representing private clients.
- Records relating to John Roberts have been released at both the Reagan Library in California and the National Archives in Washington. They are also available at the following Web sites:
- "Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, January 29, 2003" and "Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, April 20, May 7, May 22, June 25, and July 9, 2003" in which Judge Roberts's January 29, 2003 appearance and his April 30, 2003 appearance for his federal court confirmation hearings and written answers to questions can be found.
- Supreme Court Nominations - John G. Roberts: Selected Resources of the Law Library of Congress lists articles/books and opinions written by John G. Roberts, cases argued by Roberts, Roberts' federal court nomination hearings, other secondary sources on Supreme Court nominations in general, and useful Web resources.
- C-SPAN Coverage of John Roberts Supreme Court Nomination: panelists discuss the nomination, as well as the confirmation process