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The supreme court justices are appointed by the President!
Supreme court justices are appointed by the president.
Supreme court justices are appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the Senate.
U.S. Supreme Court Justices are appointed by the president.
There were 75 justices appointed to the Supreme court before O'Conner
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the president who appointed the second most Supreme Court Justices. He appointed eight justices during his presidency.
The Supreme Court's nine justices are appointed for life. They are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
The Supreme Court Justices are appointed by The President & confirmed by The Senate.
they have to be appointed by the president and approved by the senate
All Supreme Court justices are appointed for life.
US Supreme Court justices are not elected, they are appointed by the President with the approval of the Senate.
the president of the U.S.
There is no term limit. Once appointed, supreme court justices serve for life.
The Supreme Court of Canada consists of a Chief Justice and eight (8) puisne justices, appointed by the Governor General-in-Council. At least three (3) of the justices on the Supreme Court must be appointed from the province of Québec.