Being impeached is incorrect. The House votes whether to "impeach" a president with articles concerning the charges. Once impeached, the Senate votes whether to remove a president from office, while the Chief Justice presides over the trial. Bill Clinton was impeached, but not removed from office.
I think kicking a president out of office is simply referred to as removal from office.
The citizens can not directly recall a president or otherwise remove him from office.
The House has available a process known as impeachmentwhich upon conviction vy the Senate can remove a president.
They are impreached.
Any judge that breaks the law.
The President can appoint the judge and the Senate must vote to see if teh Judge is removed from office or not.
Until they retire, die, or are removed from office by Congress.
To accuse a judge of a crime is called impeachment. If an official is found guilty of a crime they can be impeached and removed from their appointment.
Chambers or judge's Chambers
No. A judge may be removed from office for misconduct (breaking the law). But while that isn't listed as grounds for impeachment of a federal judge in and of itself. however, congress sets its own rules of evidence and there is no court of appeal for their decision. If the essence of the case were that the jurists decision was so flawed that it indicated that the jurist was permanently impaired, incompetent, or corrupt and refused to step down from the bench, then impeachment might be called for. Only 14 federal judges have been removed by impeachment since 1789.
The judge does his business in a court room. More specifically, his office in the courthouse is called his chambers.
· The importance of appointing judges is interpretitions of law and will not be subject to change according to a different judge.
According to Article III of the US Constitution, federal judges "hold their offices during good behaviour," meaning they are appointed for life unless they commit an impeachable offense and are removed from office.
a chief executive writes the opinion for each case if he/she is in the majority.