Chief Justice of the House of Representatives?
There is no Chief Justice in the House of Representatives. The leader of the House is called the Speaker of the House. The Chief Justice is the leader of the US Supreme Court.
No. Congress (the Senate and House of Representatives) writes laws.
The House of Representatives can impeach the President. The Senate conducts the trial and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides for the President.
If he has been formally impeached by the House of Representatives, he is tried by the Senate, which is presided over the Chief Justice of the United States.
Speaker of The House
the speaker of the house
Yes. John Quincy Adams later served in the House of Representatives, and William H. Taft was Chief Justice.
The Chief Justice of the United States (Supreme Court) presides over the Senate trial; there is no judge during the House of Representatives impeachment phase.
Yes. According to the constitution, the House has the power to impeach federal officials (even the president). The Senate acts as the jury, and (in presidential cases) the Chief Justice acts as the judge.
The US Senate, chaired by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court with the House of representatives bringing the charges against the incumbent president
Chief Justice of the United States leads the US Supreme Court, which is the head of the Judicial branch. The other two branches are Legislative, which comprises the Senate and the House of Representatives; and the Executive Branch, which encompasses the President, Vice-President and cabinet members.
The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives is John Boehner .
House of Representatives The House of Representatives has the sole power to bring Articles of Impeachment (charges) against the President. If the House votes to impeach, the Senate holds a trial, then votes whether to convict or acquit. The Chief Justice of the United States (Supreme Court) presides over the impeachment trial of a US President. The President may be impeached by the House of Representatives, but will not be removed from office unless the… Read More
speaker of the house is the chief officer of the House of Representatives, currently it is Nancy Polosi
According to the constitution, the House of Representatives has the power to impeach federal officials (even the president). The Senate acts as the jury, and (in presidential cases) the Chief Justice acts as the judge.
Once a bill of impeachment is sent from the House of Representatives, the Senate sits in trial session as a jury on the charges with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in the Chair.
If the House of Representatives votes to impeach (bring charges against) the President, he (or she) would go on trial in the Senate. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the trial.
The House of Representatives impeaches (brings charges against) the President. The Senate acts as the jury. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the Senate when it is hearing Presidential impeachment charges brought by the House.
John Adams, who received the Oath of Office from third Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth in the House of Representatives Chamber, Congress Hall, Philadelphia, PA. Adams was sworn in on March 4, 1797. Washington was inaugurated in 1789 by Robert R Livingston, Chancellor of New York State, and in 1793 by Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, William Cushing.
Impeachment was the action voted by the House of Representatives against Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase. However, the Senate didn't uphold the impeachment.
Article I of the U.S. Constitutuion specifies that the House of Representatives "...shall have the sole Power of Impeachment." Article I also states that the Senate "...shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments." And "When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside." In other words, the House of Representatives makes the decision to Impeach the President. It then presents the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate where… Read More
The chief officer of the United States House of Representatives or The House is the speaker. The current speaker of the house has been?æRepublican John Boehner since 2011.
Once the House of Representatives has impeached someone (formally accused them of a crime), The United States Senate conducts the trial of impeachment. The chief justice of the supreme court presides at this trial.
That depends on the branch of government, as there are a number. In the executive branch, it is the President. In the judicial branch, it is the Chief Justice. In the Legislative branch, there are two: the head of the senate is the President of the Senate. The head of the US House of Representatives is the Speaker of the House.
The legislative branch. More specifically, the House of Representatives impeaches (Article I Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution) and the Senate tries, with the Chief Justice presiding in the case of the president (Section 3).
Tennessee's governor serves a four-year term and may serve a maximum of two consecutive terms. The Tennessee General Assembly is the state legislature. It consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate has 33 member. The House of Representatives has 99 members. The state Supreme Court is highest court in Tennessee. It has a chief justice and four associate justices.
Which President was impeached by the House of Representatives on grounds of perjury and obstruction of justice?
What action was voted by the House of Representatives against US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase?
The House of Representatives brought articles of impeachment against Federalist Justice Chase in 1804, but he was acquitted in his Senate trial. For more information, see Related Questions, below.
The Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee is Bob GoodLatte. The Committee deals with the dispensation of justice, and is known as the 'lawyer for the House of Representatives.'
Samuel Chase was never Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Justice Chase is best known as the first and only US Supreme Court justice in history to be impeached by the House of Representatives (1804). He was acquitted during his Senate trial in 1805 and remained on the Court until his death in 1811. Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase, ironically, presided over the first Senate Presidential impeachment trial when Andrew Johnson was brought up on… Read More
No. The US House of Representatives can only impeach certain federal government officials, such as US Supreme Court justices; state officials are beyond their reach. The state House of Representatives may impeach state officials.
He was a Republican representative for Florida in the House of Representatives.
House of Rep. Chief Justice presides in the trial
There are multiple senior leadership positions in the United States House of Representatives (Congress). The three chief positions in terms of power and influence are the Speaker of House followed by the Majority and Minority Whips.
The annual salary of the Filipino Vice President is two hundred forty thousand pesos (P240, 000). He has the same salary with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the Senate President, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Unless the justice is impeached by the House of Representatives and convicted by the Senate. Optionally, the justice could also choose to resign or retire.
The Senate with the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court presiding, but the President can be tried for impeachment only after articles of impeachment have been presented to it by the House of Representatives, which in effect, functions as a grand jury to bring charges in the first place.
The head of the Executive branch is the President. The head of the Judicial branch is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The Legislative branch is a bit more tricky. There is no real "head" of this branch, since there are two separate "sub-branches" - the House of Representatives and the Senate. The Vice President can be considered to be the head of the Senate and the Speaker of the House can be considered… Read More
The legislative branch of the federal government consists of the Congress, which is divided into two chambers -- the Senate and the House of Representatives. Currently, Harry Reid of Nevada is the Majority Leader of the Senate, and Nancy Pelosi of California is the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The President is the leader of the Executive Branch of the government. The third branch, the Judicial Branch, is headed by the Chief Justice who… Read More
The Senate holds the (impeachment) removal trial after the House of Representatives has impeached the president. The Chief Justice of the United States (Supreme Court) only presides over the Senate impeachment trial of a US President; otherwise, the Presiding Officer of the Senate chooses a group of Senators to form an "Impeachment Trial Committee" to act as presiding judges. Certain members of the House of Representatives chosen by it act as prosecutors.
modi is the chief justice of nepal The current Chief Justice of Nepal is Khil Raj Regmi. He is the 22nd Chief Justice to serve the country.
If you are asking about the Chief Justice of the US - they are appointed for life terms.
The U.S. House of Representatives, by a majority vote. The Senate, House of Representatives, and the Supreme Court all play a part in impeachment. The House of Representatives has the sole power of impeachment, the Senate has the power to bring all impeachments to a jury, and the Cheif Justice of the SupremeCourt presides over any Impreachment.
No federal official can hold two positions at the same time. The President can become Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court after his (or her) administration has ended, or can become President after serving as Chief Justice. William Howard Taft is an example of a President who later became Chief Justice. Taft was in the White House from 1909-1913, and presided over the Supreme Court from 1921-1930.
It is important to understand that impeachment is certainly not synonymous with removal from office, although laypersons have erroneously asserted it to be. In the case of a Presidential impeachment, the United States House of Representatives is called into special session. The House of Representatives debates and enacts Articles of Impeachment. Upon certification by the Clerk of the House of Representatives, these are transmitted to the Senate. The United States Senate is also convened in… Read More
The President is head of the Executive branch Barack Obama The Supreme Court of the United States is head of the Judicial branch (the Chief Justice is head of the Supreme Court) John G. Roberts, Jr. The Legislative branch is divided into two chambers: The Senate and the House of Representatives The Vice-President of the United States is also the President of the Senate Joseph R. Biden, Jr. The Speaker of the House is the… Read More
The most influential member of the Republican Party is John Boehner, the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
The plural form of chief justice is chief justices.
The House of Representatives has this power. Following impeachment, a 2/3 vote by the Senate in favor of conviction would remove the justice from his position.
Justice S. H. Kapadia He was the former Chief Justice. At present Justice Altamas Kabir is the CJI (Chief Justice of India).
The Chief Justice of the US presides in the US Senate; certain members of the US House of Representatives, where the president was impeached, serves as sorts of prosecutors called managers. The Senate is the jury and 2/3 votes are required to convict sand remove the president.