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What does the senate do during impeachment process?

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the senate acts as the jury and tries any impeachment cases

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The role that the senate has in the impeachment process is sole power to try-to judge, sit as a court-in impeachment cases.


The US Senate acts as the jury and tries any impeachment cases. When the House of Representatives accuses an official of a crime, the US Senate decides whether or not the official is guilty.


An impeachment is a trial so they do the same thing as a trial. Look at evidence and see if a crime was committed.


The Senate acts as the jury in the impeachment process. The House of Representatives must vote on articles of impeachment first.


The Senate Votes, And Then The House Of Representatives.


Impeachment process is started by Congress & official is tried by the Senate.


According to current Senate rules, the Chief-Justice of the United State presides over the Senate during an impeachment trial.


In federal government, the Articles of Impeachment are voted on by the House of Representatives. If they are passed, the Senate then conducts the trial.


The House of Representatives begins the impeachment process by accusing the official. However, the trial is carried out by the US Senate.


Under present Senate rules, the Chief Justice of the US presides over the Senate during an impeachment trial.


Congress conducts the entire impeachment process. The House of Representatives votes on whether to impeach and the Senate conducts the trial.


The Senate acts as the jury in the impeachment process. In the case of the President, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the matter.


The impeachment process begins in the House of Representatives. Unlike the House, the Senate has only the power to try etc


The Chief Justice of the United States presides over the Senate during an impeachment trial of the President.


while the senate was voting, (see the senate acts as the jury while a president is being impeached, and the Judge is the Speaker of the House)



The process is impeachment by the House of Representatives followed by a trial and conviction by the US Senate. People often think of impeachment as being the entire process.


it is the senate or you can say senator


The House of Representatives brings the articles of impeachment and the senate either convicts or acquits.


All impeachments start in the house of representatives but can finish in the senate.


Impeachment in the House of Representatives, ratified in the Senate.


In the impeachment process, the House of Representatives brings charges with a 2/3 majority vote. It is then up to the Senate to confirm the charges.


two-thirds of the senate have to vote in order to impeach! That is what the senate has to do with impeachment! Just so you know... ;]


The House of Representatives must initially commence impeachment. Members of the House vote on this action, and if approved, it moves to the Senate. The Senate will then carry out a trial to determine the final acquittal or impeachment of individual in question.


The Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court presides over the impeachment trial of a US President, but an "Impeachment Trial Committee" comprising Senators selected by the Presiding Officer of the Senate is in charge of all other impeachment trials. This practice began in 1986 when the Senate amended its rules and procedures for impeachment trials.



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