Chief Justice Roberts’ Wife Faces Potential Ethics Inquiry

Jane Sullivan Roberts, the wife of Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, could undergo a Justice Department ethics inquiry over claims by a former colleague.

In a letter obtained by The New York Times, attorney Kendal Price argued that Jane Sullivan Roberts used her position as a legal recruiter to make millions of dollars by placing lawyers at firms that have done business with the high court.

Price, 66, did not provide any specific rulings where Jane Sullivan Roberts’ placements could have factored into the final result. However, the Boston native said he was worried a financial relationship between justices and law firms could affect partiality.

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