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until he/she resigns,
The Associate Justice is not a Chief Justice, but is still a member of the Supreme Court. The Associate Justice is one of the 8 members who make up the US Supreme Court Justice System.
Until he or she dies or resigns.
appointed members of the supreme court
Like all other members of the US Supreme Court, the Chief Justice is nominated by the President and approved by the Senate.
Until he either dies or quits.
Members of the US Supreme Court are called Justices; the leader of the Court is the Chief Justice. The lower court members are called judges.
by the president and voting
The leader of the United States Supreme Court is called the Chief Justice. The other members of the court are called associate justices.
9 currently. In the past there have been less. The president has the power to add more seats in the supreme court.
A Supreme Court justice must remain above reproach in his or her personal life. Justices can be impeached if they are guilty of moral turpitude or crimes of law.
A Supreme Court justice is a judge, but justice is the preferred term.
The Chief Justice and four Associate Justices.
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US District Courts seat judges. The title "justice" is usually reserved for those appointed to the US Supreme Court or certain state supreme courts (some states refer to their supreme court members as judges).
Justice Stephen Breyer is currently an Associate Justice on the US Supreme Court. President Bill Clinton appointed Breyer in 1994, to succeed Justice Harry Blackmun, who retired. Breyer is considered one of the progressive members of the Court.
Associate Justice is the formal title for any US Supreme Court justice who is not the Chief Justice. There are eight Associate Justices and one Chief Justice on the Supreme Court.
Research has shown that there are a total of nine members in the US Supreme Court. These members consist of a chief justice and eight associate justices. These members are nominated by the US President and confirmed by the US Senate.
Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation was created in 1917.
The court normally has 9 members. Today, 26 April 2016, there are 8 members, due to the death of Mr. Justice Scalia.
Yes. The Chief Justice leads or "presides over" the Supreme Court.
Carol Hunstein is the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Samuel Chase was the only supreme court justice to be impeached.
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