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It didn't. Judicial review is the US Supreme Court's greatest power.

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The VETO is one of is when the president or the lieutenant want to cancel/get rid of a law.

Supreme Court justices have lifetime appointments--most of them retire, but they can stay on the bench until they die like William Rehnquist did. They can be impeached, but that's the only way to get rid of one. The only justice to have ever been impeached was Samuel Chase, who was acquitted. Samuel Chase was nominated to the Court by George Washington.

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He was a justice of the US Supreme Court who Jefferson urged Congress to impeach. He went on trial in 1805 but was acquitted, and this ruling set a precedence that impeachment was not to become a way for politicians to get rid of their political partisan rivals in America.

You can apply to the court for expungement. You will have to check the rules in your jurisdiction.

You ask them to leave unless you are undergoing therapy by order of a court.

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You need to do whatever the judge is requiring. Pay a fine, appear in court, whatever.

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If you have followed the laws of your jurisdiction in evicting the tenant, and they refuse to vacate the premises, then you must go to court to get a court order and have the Sheriff evict them forcibly.

No, but eating sugar, yeast and vinegar does. If you want to get rid of Candida, you must go on a specific diet that stops feeding the Candida, and take natural supplements that will get rid of the Candida. Here is all you need to read: If you go on the anti-fungal diet, and take the supplements Morinda Supreme, Melia Supreme and Takesumi Supreme, you will eradicated the Candida in 2-3 weeks. And, you can take as many hot baths as you would like.

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