Chief Justice Roberts suffers seizure, released from hospital

Chief Justice Roberts suffers seizure, released from hospital

Doctors say they found no tumor, stroke or other explanation for why Chief Justice John Roberts suffered a seizure yesterday at his summer home in Maine.

He was released from the hospital this morning, after he underwent a thorough neurological evaluation.

The results indicated no cause for concern.

Roberts had a similar episode in 1993 and had to be driven to work for several months after the incident.

Named to the court by President Bush in 2005, Roberts, who is 52, is the youngest justice on a court.