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  1. Franklin Stuart Van Antwerpen: Joseph S. Van Bokkelen: Willis Van Devanter: Francis Lund Van Dusen: William Cary Van Fleet: Ellsworth Alfred Van Graafeiland: William Peter Van Ness: Martin Donald Van Oosterhout: Josiah Alexander Van Orsdel: Robert Van Pelt: Bruce Marion Van Sickle: Frederick L. Van Sickle: Gregory Frederick Van Tatenhove: Arba ...

  2. A total of 116 people have served on the Supreme Court of the United States, the highest judicial body in the United States, since it was established in 1789.. Supreme Court justices have life tenure, and so they serve until they die, resign, retire, or are impeached and removed from offi

  3. The Supreme Court of the United States is the final court of appeal and final expositor of the Constitution of the United States. The justices are appointed by the president of the United States and must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. The chief justice of the United States is also appointed by the president and must be confirmed by the Senate. The number of justices fluctuated in the 18th ...

  4. Powell v. Alabama is a case decided on November 7, 1932, by the United States Supreme Court holding that, under the Sixth Amendment, counsel must be provided to all defendants charged with a capital felony in a state court regardless of that defendant's ability to pay.

  5. Willis Van Devanter; William Howard Taft – Chief Justice (and former President) Cumberland School of Law. Howell Edmunds Jackson; Horace Harmon Lurton; Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Sherman Minton; Wiley Rutledge – studied part-time before leaving and completing degree at University of Colorado Law School; Northwestern University ...

  6. 21/09/2022 · Willis Van Devanter, the assistant U.S. attorney general at the time who would later serve on the Supreme Court, disagreed. He claimed the tribe lost its federal recognition in 1881 when they were granted U.S. citizenship. Just like that, the Department of the Interior withdrew its recognition, and the Miami ceased to be a tribe.