Chief Justice Roberts

Appointed in 2005 by President George W. Bush

Working in the steel mill to pay tuition, John Roberts attended Harvard in hopes of becoming a history professor. After his graduation, he then became the managing editor at the Harvard Law Review. Chosen by George W. Bush in 2005, John Roberts' conservative ideology has had an immense impact on the Supreme Court. In addition to his conservative policies, John Roberts is also a Catholic, which is common for Supreme Court Judges.

Snyder v. Phelps: WESTBORO

United States v. Stevens: Determined that the sale of depictions of violence against animals violates free speech

Crawford v. Marion County Election Board: Determined that the requirement of a photo id does not violate the Constitution