The Supreme Court's Approval Falls To 25 Year Low
By Kluger Kaplan June 29, 2012
Approval ratings are nothing new for the American public. While we’re accustomed to watching our elected officials’ approval ratings rise and fall. Still, it is surprising to see the nations highest court being questioned.
The Supreme Court led by Chief Justice John Roberts has been called “The Business Court,” due to an assortment of recent decision. Alan Kluger of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, & Levine weighs in on the the Supreme Court’s declining approval rating.
“Trial lawyer Alan Kluger, a partner at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, & Levine in Miami, said, “At least in my life — and I have been a lawyer since 1975 — I have never seen the Supreme Court as political as it is now. ”
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