In the old testement what are the differerences between how judges were selected and their method of ruling?
The Judges selected the competitors
judges are chosen if they are qualified in that sport
By the people.
They are selected by a majority vote in partisan elections.
by a nonpartisan election.
No officially. However . . . .
The judges will wear a royal purple robe.
They are appointed by the president.
By a nonpartison election
When legislators appoint judges a person from which group is more likely to be selected by a member of the legal profession.
They are appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate.
Illinois general assembly
Judges in Florida are selected 1 of 2 ways. The lower level judges are selected through a public election The higher level judges are selected through a merit selection. A merit selection is when the board comprises a list of possible judge selections and the governor of the state then picks one from that list. After the judge has served his/her first term (4 years) he/she must attend a retention hearing to see if they will continue to serve as the judge.
Federal judges are selected by President of the United States and confirmed by the United States Senate.
the ancient Greek o;Olympic judges were Greeks from Elis, because they were trust worthy and anyone would be shocked if an Elean was caught cheating.
It depends on their jurisdiction. Federal judges are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. States have various means of selecting judges, it's up to them.
They both had people in it and judges and prizes
Judges were drawn from Elis, the local region which included Olympia. Over the years the judges increased to 10 as more events were added.
by kissing other peoples hind quarters
they are elected in the USA and in Canada they are appointed.
the president picks the federal judge
Prior to the 2005 Constitutional Reform Act, judges were selected by the Lord Chancellor. However since 2005 the Judicial Appointments Committee has had jurisdiction over judicial appointments.