Nearly four months after he suffered a seizure near his summer home in Maine, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. is still declining to answer questions from the press and the public about the status of his health, his diagnosis, or the treatment or medications he might have been prescribed.

At the time the episode occurred in late July, some medical experts said the seizure — paired with one he had in 1993 — meant he had epilepsy, with possible consequences for his safety while driving and the prospect of taking anti-seizure medications that could affect him at work.

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