Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. has made his strongest plea yet for judicial independence, even warning fellow conservatives to back off from attacking judges for unpopular decisions.

Speaking Thursday and Friday before a historic D.C. gathering of federal and state judges, lawyers, academics and business leaders aimed at preserving a “fair and independent” judiciary, Roberts recalled former President Ronald Reagan’s definition of a judge’s duties.

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