Who was the former municipal judge that became the source of criminal allegations against the 42nd US President?
David Hale is the former judge.
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Seventeen State Governors have subsequently become President : . Thomas Jefferson (Gov. of Virginia from 1779 until 1781) . James Monroe (Gov. of Virginia from 1799 until 1802 and in 1811) . Martin Van Buren (Gov. of New York in 1829) . John Tyler (Gov. of Virginia from 1825 until 1827) . Ja…mes K. Polk (Gov. of Tennessee from 1839 until 1841) . Andrew Johnson (Gov. of Tennessee from 1853 until 1857. . Rutherford B. Hayes (Gov. of Ohio from 1868 until 1872 and 1876 until 1877) . Grover Cleveland (Gov. of New York from 1883 until 1884) . William McKinley (Gov. of Ohio from 1892 until 1896) . Theodore Roosevelt (Gov. of New York from 1899 until 1900) . Woodrow Wilson (Gov. of New Jersey from 1911 until 1913) . Calvin Coolidge (Gov. of Massachusetts from 1919 until 1921) . Franklin D. Roosevelt (Gov. of New York from 1929 until 1932) . Jimmy Carter (Gov. of Georgia from 1971 until 1975) . Ronald Reagan (Gov. of California from 1967 until 1975) . Bill Clinton (Gov. of Arkansas from 1979 until 1981 and 1983 until 1992) . George W. Bush (Gov. of Texas from 1995 until 2000) Three others were never state governors but were governors of territories . Andrew Jackson was territorial governor of Florida , W.H. Harrison was territorial governor of Indiana , William Howard Taft was governor of the the Philippines when it became a US territory following the Spanish-American War. T (MORE)
The short answer to the title of this article is: 16 presidents were senators at one time. They were: James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Benjamin Harrison, Warren G. Harding, Harry S.… Truman, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson , Richard M. Nixon and Barack Obama. (MORE)
Yes, but only if the former president "has time left." Presidents have term limits and if a former president has reached his/her limit then he/she cannot be VP because he/she would not be able to assume the office of president without violating the 22nd amendment.
There is some question about the applicable statutes. However, the 12th amendment states that no one may be Vice President who is otherwise ineligible to be President. And the 22nd Amendment places term limits on Presidents: two elected terms and up to two years of another President's term. If a fo…rmer president has reached the limit then he cannot be VP because he would not be able to assume the office of president without violating the 22nd amendment. If, however, the President had not served the maximum period, he would be eligible to run for either President or Vice President. *Prior to the 22nd Amendment, Theodore Roosevelt sought a 3rd term in 1912, and Franklin D. Roosevelt served 3 terms and part of a 4th term. (MORE)
Yes, if the ex-President has not yet served two terms. The qualifications for Vice President of the United States of America are the same as for President of the United States of America; further, Office of the Vice President is subject to both federal statutory, and United States constitutional …limitations. . The 22nd Amendment, ratified in 1951, said: No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of President more than once. (MORE)
Yes, provided he has served only one term.. Under the 12th Amendment "no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United states." Thus a President who has been elected twice (and so under the 22nd Amendment become ineligible to… any further terms) would also be disqualified from election as Vice-President.. In 1980, Ronald Reagan offered the Vice-Presidency to ex-President Gerald Ford (who declined it). This would have been perfectly legal as Ford had not served two terms. However, a similar offer to ex-President Nixon (who had done so) would have been unconstitutional. (MORE)
13 VP's have became presidents. 8 of those were assigned the office after the president died in office, and 5 of those were VP's that later went on to become President in a later election.. The 8. 1. John Tyler became President after William Henry Harrison died of the common cold.. 2. Millard Fil…lmore became President after Zachary Taylor died from gastroenteritis.. 3. Andrew Johnson became President after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.. 4. Chester Alan Arthur became President after James A. Garfield was assassinated.. 5. Theodore Roosevelt became President after William McKinley was assassinated.. 6. Calvin Coolidge became President after Warren G. Harding died from what initially was thought to be food poisoning, but remains in speculation.. 7. Harry Truman became President after Franklin Roosevelt died from a cerebral hemorrhage.. 8. Lyndon Johnson became President after John F. Kennedy Jr. was assassinated.. The 5 VPs who were elected in their own right fit into 3 groups. The 1st group includes John Adams & Thomas Jefferson. John Adams was VP under George Washington & suceeded him as president. Jefferson was VP under Adams. This group is different because of the way the Constitutional process was set up at the time.. At that time, the VP was 1 of the candidates for president. They became the VP because they got the 2nd largest number of votes in the Electoral College. By the time John Adams was elected president, parties had developed. Adams did have a running mate for VP. But because of the way the Constitution was written the VP was technically a candidate for President. That is why Jefferson, who was the Democratic-Republican candidate for president, became VP, he beat out Adams running mate Thomas Pinckney. Then 4 years later when he was elected, it was actually by the House of Representatives due to his running mate, Aaron Burr, getting the same number of votes in the Electoral College as he did. The 12th Amendment (1804) changed it to the system we have today.. The other 3 VPs who became president fit into 2 groups. 2 of them were elected as successors to the president they were serving under. The 3rd was elected president 8 years after he left the office of VP.. Richard Nixon has an interesting place on the VP to president road. Obviously there is the Gerald Ford connection. He 1st ran in 1960 while serving under Ike. He lost to JFK. Then he was elected 8 years later by beating Hubert Humphrey, the sitting VP at the time. Nixon is the only VP to win after losing the 1st time he ran.. The other 2 VPs were elected to the presidency as successor to the president they served under. The 1st was Martin Van Buren who was elected in 1836 to suceed Andrew Jackson. It wasn't until 1988, 132 years later, when George H. W. Bush was elected to succeed Ronald Reagan that it happenned again.. (MORE)
There have been two US Presidents who were the sons of men who had been Presidents themselves: . John Quincy Adams , the sixth president, was the son of John Adams, the second President. . George Walker Bush , the 43rd president, was the son of George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president (an…d vice-president to Ronald Reagan, the 40th president). (MORE)
The 42nd President of the United States was Bill Clinton ,from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001. *Because Grover Cleveland's two terms are counted separately,Clinton was the 41st person to serve as US President , andGeorge W. Bush was the 42nd. Grover Cleveland is considered both the 22nd Pre…sident and 24thPresident since Benjamin Harrison's presidential term came betweenPresident Cleveland's first and second terms. (MORE)
Who are the eight vice presidents who became the former president when the president died in office?
Tyler, Fillmore, Johnson, Arthur, Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman, L. Johnson all took over after presidential deaths
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All US ex-presidents get a life-long pension plus expense money for secretarial services and travel. The current annual pension is $196,700
James A. Garfield took office in March 1881, and Chester A. Arthurtook office in September 1881 after Garfield's assassination.
1. George Washington . 2. John Adams. 3. Thomas Jefferson. 15. James Buchanan. 4. James Madison. 16. Abraham Lincoln. 5. James Monroe. 17. Andrew Johnson. 6. John Quincy Adams. 18. Ulysses S. Grant. 7. Andrew Jackson. 19. Rutherford B. Hayes. 8. Martin Van Buren. 20. James Garfield. 9.… William Henry Harrison. 21. Chester A. Arthur. 10. John Tyler. 22. Grover Cleveland. 11. James K. Polk. 23. Benjamin Harrison. 12. Zachary Taylor. 24. Grover Cleveland. 13. Millard Fillmore. 25. William McKinley. 14. Franklin Pierce. 20th Century . 26. Theodore Roosevelt. 35. John F. Kennedy. 27. William Howard Taft. 36. Lyndon B. Johnson. 28. Woodrow Wilson. 37. Richard M. Nixon. 29. Warren G. Harding. 38. Gerald R. Ford. 30. Calvin Coolidge. 39. James Carter. 31. Herbert Hoover. 40. Ronald Reagan. 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 41. George H. W. Bush. 33. Harry S. Truman. 42. William J. Clinton. 34. Dwight D. Eisenhower. 43. George W. Bus. 44. Barack Obama. (MORE)
The 42rd President of the United States was Bill Clinton. President Clinton was in office from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001.
An "allegation" is an unproven statement (comparable to the word "accusation") and since it is not officially recorded anywhere until it becomes a formal "charge" it should not have any bearing on one's existing criminal record.
I allege - you allege - he/she/it alleges - we allege - you allege - they allege
Calvin Coolidge in 1925 and Herbert Hoover in 1929 were both sworn in by former president William Howard Taft.
Nobody; Jimmy Carter won the US presidential election of 1976, buthe took office, or "became President," in 1977.
Can you be fired from a municipal job for suspected of being a former gang member and not even having a criminal record?
Unless your empoyment is protected by some kind of labor agreement or pivate contract, you can be discharged - especially in so-called "right-to-work states, where you can be fired for ANY reason.
How do you write a motion to a municipal judge requesting he dismiss a citation on the grounds of inefectual contradictory evidence listed to support the officers allegation?
You would have to submit the argument in the form of a "motion" or 'petition' for the judge's consideration. But - why go through all that? Simply appear in court on the court date and give your argument in person.
Bill Clinton. George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter are the living ex-presidents on this date of September 15,2011.
The 34th President of the United States was Dwight D. Eisenhower. President Eisenhower was in office from January 20, 1953 to January 20, 1961.
not the senate the ? is who is the former u.s. president of the 2010 and the the answer is george bush vote 4 me or die i am 12? lol lmao rofl
Why do you think shaws friend protests against the use of the whip for punishing the alleged deserter?
I believe he was against the whip because it was in right for the soldier cause they would remember when they where slave and they where whip
The 15th President of the United States was James Buchanan. President Buchanan was in office from March 4, 1857 to March 4, 1861.
Democrat Stephen a. Douglas, John c. Beckinridge of the southern democrats , and John Bell of the New Constitutional Union Party.
The 42nd President of the United States was Bill Clinton from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001
No. Bill Clinton was the 42nd President, since we are countingGrover Cleveland twice. George W. Bush was the 43rd US President, and the 42nd individualto be President.
Former vice presidents alive today in 2011 are George H. W. Bush, Walter Mondale, Dan Quayle, Al Gore and Dick Cheney.
Rutherford B Hayes . Theodore Roosevelt . Franklin D. Roosevelt . Richard Nixon . Ronald Reagan
There is no special burial ground for ex-presidents. Most are buried in the city or town where they lived after they left office, often on the grounds of their estates or libraries.
George H. W. Bush was the 41st president, Bill Clinton was the 42nd, and George W. Bush was the 43rd president.
Presidents who were never state governors: George Washington, John Adams, James Madison, John Q. Adams,Andrew Jackson Wm. H. Harrison,Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce,James Buchanan, Abraham Lincoln, U. S. Grant, James Garfield, Chester Arthur, Ben. Harrison, Wm. Howard Taft, Warr…en Harding, Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, George H. W. Bush and Barack Obama. (MORE)
Calvin Coolidge became president August 2, 1923 when President Harding suddenly took sick and died in San Fransisco while on a cross-country trip.
Bill Clinton was the 42nd US President (the 41st person to serve,since Grover Cleveland had two separate terms). His Vice Presidentwas Al Gore, who ran unsuccessfully for President in 2000.
Being "famous" isn't an absolute requirement for becoming President of the US, but it's safe to say that everyone so far who has become President has been at least fairly well-known prior. Possibly the least famous person who eventually became president was James K. Polk. When his opponent in the G…eneral Election (Henry Clay) heard who he would be running against, he asked "Who is James K. Polk?" (He wasn't really all THAT obscure; he had, after all, been Governor of Tennessee, but it is true that he had gone to the nominating convention hoping to be nominated for Vice -President, as he knew that he wasn't considered one of the front-runners for the Presidential nomination.) (MORE)
Fourteen is the total number . 9 vice-presidents succeeded to the presidency because of the death or resignation of the President. Four others were elected President while they were the incumbent Vice President. One was elected President after his term as Vice President expired. John Tyler …was elected Vice President in 1840. He replaced William Henry Harrison, who died of pneumonia in 1841. He did not run for president. Millard Fillmore was elected Vice President in 1848. He replaced Zachary Taylor, who died in 1850 from illness. He failed to win the 1852 Whig Party presidential nomination. As the Know Nothing Party nominee in 1856 he received only eight electoral votes. Andrew Johnson was elected Vice President in 1864. He replaced Abraham Lincoln, who was assassinated in 1865. He failed to win a presidential nomination in 1868. Chester A. Arthur was elected Vice President in 1880. He replaced James A. Garfield, who was assassinated in 1881. He did not actively campaign for the 1884 Republican Party presidential nomination due to his failing health. Theodore Roosevelt was elected Vice President in 1900. He replaced William McKinley, who was assassinated in 1901. He won the 1904 presidential election. He did not run in 1908 and was defeated in 1912. Calvin Coolidge was elected Vice President in 1920. He replaced Warren G. Harding, who died of a heart attack in 1923. He won the 1924 presidential election. He chose not to run for reelection in 1928, but he sought the Republican Party presidential nomination in 1932. Incumbent President Herbert Hoover got the nomination with the votes of 98% of the convention delegates. Harry S. Truman was elected Vice President in 1944. He replaced Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died of a cerebral hemorrhage in 1945. He won the 1948 presidential election but did not seek reelection in 1952. Lyndon B. Johnson was elected Vice President in 1960. He replaced John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1963. He won the 1964 presidential election and was campaigning for the 1968 nomination, but he withdrew from the race at the end of March of that year, shortly after the New Hampshire primaries. Gerald R. Ford was nominated to replace Vice President Spiro Agnew, who resigned in October of 1973 as part of a plea bargain in a tax evasion case. Congress confirmed Ford's nomination in December of 1973. He replaced Richard Nixon, who resigned in 1974. He lost the 1976 presidential election to Jimmy Carter. Four others ran for and were elected president while serving their full term(s) as vice-president; a fifth was elected president several years after the end of his vice presidency: John Adams - 1st Vice President (under George Washington) & 2nd President - elected V.P. in 1789 & 1792; elected President in 1796; lost election of 1800 to Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson - 2nd Vice President (under John Adams) & 3rd President - elected V.P. in 1796; elected President in 1800 & 1804 Martin Van Buren - 8th Vice President (under Andrew Jackson) & 8th President - elected V.P. in 1832; elected President in 1836; lost election of 1840 to William Henry Harrison; lost election of 1848 to Zachary Taylor Richard M. Nixon - 36th Vice President (under Dwight D. Eisenhower) & 37th President - elected V.P. in 1952 & 1956; lost election of 1960 to John F. Kennedy; elected President in 1968 & 1972 George H.W. Bush - 43rd Vice President (under Ronald Reagan) & 41st President - elected V.P. in 1980 & 1984; elected President in 1988; lost election of 1992 to Bill Clinton (Four other vice presidents were major party nominees for president but failed to win. John C. Breckinridge, who was elected V.P. in 1856, lost the 1860 presidential election to Abraham Lincoln. Hubert Humphrey, who was elected V.P. in 1964, lost the 1968 presidential election to Richard Nixon. Walter Mondale, who was elected V.P. in 1976, lost the 1984 presidential election to Ronald Reagan. Al Gore, who was elected V.P. in 1992 & 1996, lost the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush.) (MORE)
There are no set punishments or penalties for criminal offenses. The court must consider the relevant law, the facts and circumstances, and mitigating or aggravating factors.
Ronald Reagan was a basketball cheerleader in college. He also played varsity football. George W. Bush was head-cheerleader at Phillips Academy ( private high school).
John Kennedy won the 1960 election in a very close race against Richard Nixon. He did not actually become President until Jan. 20, 1961.
No. George W. Bush is considered the 43rd president. Bill Clintonwas the 42nd. However, it is correct that GW Bush was the 42nd person to serve asUS President. This is because one President, Grover Cleveland,served two terms non-consecutively, and is referred to as both the22nd US President and the …24th US President, with Benjamin Harrisonas the 23rd. (MORE)
Jimmy carter was a member of FFA. Not sure if he was president of FFA
Yes. He first served three terms in the Illinois State Senate before being elected in 2004 to serve in the US senate.
Here's a list of ALL the US presidents and when they served: 1. George Washington (1789-1797) 2. John Adams (1797-1801) 3. Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809) 4. James Madison (1809-1817) 5. James Monroe (1817-1825) 6. John Quincy Adams (1825-1829) 7. Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) 8. Martin Van Buren (1837-…1841) 9. William H. Harrison (1841) 10. John Tyler (1841-1845) 11. James K. Polk (1841-1849) 12. Zachary Taylor (1849-1850) 13. Millard Fillmore (1850-1853) 14. Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) 15. James Buchanan (1857-1861) 16. Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) 17. Andrew Johnson (1865-1869) 18. Ulysses S. Grant (1869-1877) 19. Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-1881) 20. James A. Garfield (1881) 21. Chester A. Arthur (1881-1885) 22. Grover Cleveland (1885-1889) 23. Benjamin Harrison (1889-1893) 24. Grover Cleveland (1893-1897) 25. William McKinley (1897-1901) 26. Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) 27. William H. Taft (1909-1913) 28. Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) 29. Warren G. Harding (1921-1923) 30. Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) 31. Herbert Hoover (1929-1933) 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-1945) 33. Harry S. Truman (1945-1953) 34. Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961) 35. John F. Kennedy (1961-1963) 36. Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969) 37. Richard M. Nixon (1969-1974) 38. Gerald R. Ford (1974-1977) 39. Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) 40. Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) 41. George H. W. Bush (1989-1993) 42. Bill Clinton (1993-2001) 43. George W. Bush (2001-2009) 44. Barack Obama (2009-Present) (MORE)
All eight of the Cabinet Members who were also U. S. Presidents served in the Cabinet before their presidencies. However, Vice President Henry A. Wallace served as Commerce Secretary for a short time after his vice presidency.
No U.S. Defense Secretary has been a U.S. President to date, but one, Dick Cheney, has been a U.S. Vice President. Two U.S. Presidents had been U.S. Secretary of War. The War Department became part of the Defense Department in 1947. The two were James Monroe and William Howard Taft.
You have to find out his name. Read about his case. Acquire his photo, fingerprint, or any piece of evidence. Afterwards, you record his crime.
You must jave mistyped the date. The first US President took officein 1788. The Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth in 1620.
The President can pardon criminals : release them from criminalresponsibility for illegal acts, and/or from sentences imposed bycriminal convictions.