answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Henry Ford for two years then burges to the day of it

User Avatar

Wiki User

13y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar
More answers
User Avatar

Wiki User

12y ago

William H. Taft

This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Who was the only man ever to serve first as president and then as chief justice?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

Who was the only man to serve first as president and then as chief justice?

William H. Taft


Who was the last President to serve 9 years as Chief Justice?

William Howard Taft was the only person to serve in both offices. He was US President from 1909-1913, and Chief Justice from 1921-1930.


In absence of president or vice president of India who will serve the office of the president of India?

the chief justice of India


Who was the only man to serve as the president of the US and chief justice on the supreme court?

William Howard Taft President 1909-1913 Chief Justice 1921-1930


Which former President serve nine years as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court?

William Howard Taft was US President from 1909-1913 and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1921-1930.


Was Richard Nixon ever Chief Justice of the United States?

No, Richard Nixon was never Chief Justice of the United States. He was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 to 1974. While he had a significant impact on the judiciary with his nominations to the Supreme Court, he himself did not serve as Chief Justice.


Who was the first president to serve on the surpreme court?

None. William Howard Taft served both as President and Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court, but he was President first, from 1909-1913. President Warren G. Harding later nominated Taft as Chief Justice of the United States (Supreme Court), where he served from 1921-1930.Charles Evans Hughes resigned from the Supreme Court to run for President in 1916, but he was not Chief Justice and he was not elected President. He later returned to the supreme court as the Chief Justice.For more information, see Related Questions, below.


Who was the only man to serve as the president of the us chief of justice of the supreme court?

William Howard Taft


What years did William H. Taft serve as Chief Justice?

Former President William H. Taft (President: 1909-1913) presided as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1921 until shortly before his death in 1930.


Who was the only man man to serve as president of the US and the chief justice of the supreme court?

William Howard Taft


Was John Marshall a US President?

No. John Marshall is best known as the fourth Chief Justice of the United States, and perhaps the most influential justice in the history of the Supreme Court. He was appointed by President John Adams, and presided over the Court from 1801-1835. The only man to serve as both US President and Chief Justice was William Howard Taft, who was the 27th President, from 1909-1913, and the 10th Chief Justice, from 1921-1930.


Did William H. Taft fight in a war?

No, William H. Taft did not fight in a war. He served as Secretary of War under President Theodore Roosevelt, but did not serve in active combat.