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When is the impeachment trial?


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2011-01-06 22:45:33
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An impeachment trial occurs after the House of Representatives has voted to bring articles of impeachment (charges) against a public official. The removal trial is scheduled to be conducted in the Senate as soon as possible after the impeachment.


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67 votes in the Senate will convict in an impeachment trial.

the trial of Jackson's impeachment

Impeachment is sent to Senate for trial.

The impeachment trial for Andrew Jackson did not turn out so good. The trial started the Civil War.

The maximum punishment in an impeachment trial is removal from office. Impeachment is a political process; a finding of guilt carries no legal penalties.

An impeachment trial takes place in Congress.

A group from the House of Representatives, called Managers, serves as the prosecution at the Senate impeachment trial.

Except in impeachment cases, a trial by jury is a right guaranteed by the Constitution. It is not guaranteed in impeachment cases because life or liberty is not at stake.

The US Senate is responsible for the administering of an impeachment trial. The entire Senate is required to vote for or against the accused.

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

No. While a select committee can recommend that articles of impeachment be brought, it cannot bring charges (articles of impeachment) or conduct the impeachment trial. Articles of Impeachment are brought by the full House of Representatives, and the impeachment trial is conducted by the Senate with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presiding.

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 Chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives starts impeachment proceedings. An impeachment trial is then held.

The US Senate serves as the jury in an impeachment trial. 2/3 must vote for conviction in order to convict.

The Senate serves as the jury in an impeachment trial. In order to convict, 2/3 of the senators must vote to convict.

When the president is tried for impeachment charges, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides at the trial.

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.

The purpose of impeachment is to remove the president from his position within the government. Impeachment requires a vote and trial to remove the president.

An impeachment starts in the House and then the trial moves to the senate.

The Vice President does not always act as judge in an impeachment trial. In the case of a presidential impeachment, the Chief Justice of the United States presides over the case.

The Senate overseen by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over an impeachment trial

• Impeachment is an indictment (enough evidence to put one in trial) –the accusation of wrong doing by a public official which leads to a trial • Impeachment does not kick you out of office or mean you are guilty! (I got this right from a book!!!)

The House of Representatives brings about impeachment and the Senate conducts the trial.

Sixty Seven senators are needed to convict a government official in an impeachment trial.

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