Does the Judicial Branch preside over presidential impeachment?
Only one member of the Judicial Branch, the Chief Justice of the United States (Supreme Court), presides over presidential impeachment trials in the Senate. ...
Asked in US Presidents
Where do trials take place with the exception of impeachment?
Trials take place in a courtroom. Senate trials to say yes or no to a Presidential appointment are held on the Senate floor and are very often televised. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Government, US Congress
The vice president always act as judge in an impeachment trial?
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. ...
Asked in Elections and Voting
What presidential election year is between 1984 and 1992?
U.S. presidential elections are held every 4 years. Presidential elections were held in 1984, 1988 and 1992. ...