What are federal judges appointed for?
Assistant US Attorneys.
President ; they are approved by the Senate & they are appointed for life.
appointed by the president and approved by congress
The federal reserve is a private organization. Its members are appointed.
The prosecutor reports to the District Attorney. Federal prosecutors report to the Attorney general.
Federal judges are appointed for life, meaning that they hold their seats until they resign, die, or are (rarely) removed from office.
Federal justices are appointed by the President with the consent of the Senate.
Are appointed to the court by the President
Federal judges are appointed to lifetime tenure 'with good behavior.' Their salary cannot be diminished by Congress. They are appointed by the President.
Federal judges are appointed. The President nominates a candidate for a vacancy on the bench, and the Senate votes whether to approve or reject the nomination.
Not in the US. Federal judges are appointed. not elected.
No. Federal judges are appointed by the President with the approval of the Senate.
No, he doesn't have that power. Federal judges are appointed individually.
Prosecutors can choose to Nolle Prosse a criminal charge but they do not have the power or authority to dismiss a charge. Only judges can dismiss a charge. I seriously doubt that any statistics are kept on the number of state AND federal charges nationwide that are Nolle Prosse'd.
They are appointed by the president.
A federal judge is appointed for "life" however they can be impeached. They are also required to abide by certain rules and regulations of course.
All federal judges are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. They serve life terms and can be removed from office only by the impeachment process.
(in the US) Federal judges are not elected, they are appointed by the President with the approval of the Senate.