The Solicitor General
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The U.S. Solicitor General's Office is headed by the fourth-highest-ranking lawyer in the United States, and he is the official representative of the executive branch before the U.S. Supreme Court. He has a highly salient, unique, and special relationship with the nation's highest court. Congress established the Solicitor General's Office in 1870 when the Department of Justice was created.
David Schultz & John R. Vile
M. E. Sharpe Reference
Hermann, J. R. (2004). The solicitor general. In D. Schultz & J. R. Vile (Eds.), The encyclopedia of civil liberties (pp. 882-883). M. E. Sharpe Reference.
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