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  1. Signature. Roger Brooke Taney ( / ˈtɔːni /; March 17, 1777 – October 12, 1864) was an American lawyer and politician who served as the fifth chief justice of the United States, holding that office from 1836 until his death in 1864. Taney infamously delivered the majority opinion in Dred Scott v.

  2. Roger Brooke Taney (Calvert, Maryland, 17 de Março de 1777 — Washington, DC, 12 de Outubro de 1864) foi procurador-geral dos Estados Unidos de 1831 a 1833, Secretário do Tesouro dos Estados Unidos entre 1833 e 1834, e chefe de Justiça dos Estados Unidos de 28 de Março de 1836 a 12 de Outubro de 1864, data da sua morte.

  3. 10 de abr. de 2024 · Roger B. Taney (born March 17, 1777, Calvert county, Maryland, U.S.—died October 12, 1864, Washington, D.C.) was the fifth chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, remembered principally for the Dred Scott decision (1857). He was the first Roman Catholic to serve on the Supreme Court.

  4. Roger B. Taney. Library of Congress. Title Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary of the Treasury. Affiliation American. Date of Birth - Death March 17, 1777 - October 12, 1864. One of the most controversial figures in the decades leading up to the Civil War, Roger Brooke Taney was born on March 17, 1777, into a prominent slave-owning ...

  5. › justices › roger_b_taneyRoger B. Taney - Oyez

    Known for his fragile stature and firm opinions, Roger Taney led a controversial life while serving on the Supreme Court. He was born in Calvert County, Maryland on March 17, 1777, to Catholic tobacco plantation owners. Taney attended Dickinson College in Carlisle at the age of 15 where he was elected class valedictorian.

  6. After reading law in a law office in Annapolis, Maryland, he was admitted to the bar in 1799. In the same year, he was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates. Defeated for re-election, he was elected to the State Senate in 1816 and served until 1821. In 1823, Taney moved to Baltimore, where he continued the practice of law.

  7. Roger Brooke Taney was the 5th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, succeeding John Marshall. The first Catholic to serve on the Supreme Court, Taney was nominated on December 28, 1835 by President Andrew Jackson.