Justice Black

Justice Black may refer to:

  • Hugo Black, an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
  • Charles C. Black, an Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court
  • Jeremiah S. Black, a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania from 1851 to 1854
  • John Black (U.S. Senator), an Associate Justice of the Mississippi Supreme Court

Other articles related to "justices, black, justice black":

Robert H. Jackson - U.S. Supreme Court, 1941–1954 - Feud With Hugo Black
... Justices Jackson and Hugo Black had profound professional and personal disagreements dating back to October 1941, the first term in which they served together on ... Hutchinson, editor of The Supreme Court Review, Jackson objected to Black’s practice of importing his personal preferences into his jurisprudence ... as having remarked, “With few exceptions, we all knew which side of a case Black would vote on when he read the names of the parties.” While Hutchinson points out that Jackson objected to Black's style of ...
Hugo Black - Retirement and Death
... Justice Black admitted himself to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, in August 1971, and subsequently retired from the Court on September 17 ... Pursuant to Justice Black’s wishes, the coffin was “simple and cheap” and was displayed at the service to show that the costs of burial are not reflective of the worth of the human whose remains were present ... He is one of twelve Supreme Court justices buried at Arlington ...

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