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March 4, 2010 by Post Team 

John RobertsJohn Roberts | retracts story. RadarOnline has added an update saying that Chief Justice John Roberts is not resigning:

Update: has obtained new information that Justice Roberts will NOT resign. The justice will be staying on the bench.

Gossip site RadarOnline is reporting that Chief Justice John Roberts is “seriously considering” stepping down from the Supreme Court “for personal reasons”.

Roberts, a staunch conservative, was appointed by President Bush and has served on the court since 2005. While RadarOnline doesn’t give a reason for the possible retirement, Roberts, 55, has suffered two seizures, in 2007 and 1993. Time magazine speculated in 2007 that Roberts may have epilepsy. However, the Supreme Court said after the 2007 seizure that Roberts was “fully recovered” and a neurological evaluation “revealed no cause for concern.”

Sources told RadarOnline that retirement announcement could come “at any time.”

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